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Accessions. See New York Public Library — Accessions. 

American Naval Affairs, 1798-1802, Letters relating to. . . 411-419 

Ballads, List of Works relating to. ....... 187-226 

British Board of Trade and Plantations, Report of Decem- 
ber, 1703 469-497 

Director's Report for 1906-07. ........ 463-468 

Documents printed from Manuscripts in the Library: 

American Naval Affairs, 1798-1802. ...... 411-419 

British Board of Trade, Report of December, 1703. . . 469-497 

Donors. See New York Public Library — Donors. 
Drama, List of Works relating to Jewish. ..... 18-51 

Engineering, List of Works relating to Hydraulic. . 512-552, 565-626 

Folk Songs, Folk Music, Ballads, etc., List of Works relating to. 187-226 
Great Britain. Report of Board of Trade and Plantations, De- 
cember, 1703. ........... 469-497 

Hydraulic Engineering, List of Works relating to. . 512-552, 565-626 

Jewish Drama, List of Works relating to. ..... 18-51 

Law, List of Works relating to Muhammadan. .... 8-17 

Maitland, Alexander, Resolution adopted by the Board of Trus- 
tees ON the Death of. ........ . 563-4 

Manuscripts, See Documents printed from Manuscripts in the 

Muhammadan Law, List of Works relating to. .... 8-17 

Music. See Folk Songs. 

Nautical and Naval Art and Science, Navigation, etc.. List of 

Works relating to. .... 239-287, 299-345, 359-398, 420-436 

Naval Affairs, Letters relating to American, 1798-1802. . . 411-419 
Navigation. See Nautical and Naval Art, etc. 
New York Public Library: 

Accessions, List of Principal. 52-55, 84-91, 126-135, 169-179, 227-231, 

288-291, 346-351, 399-403, 437-455, 498-5031 553-555> 627-631 

Donors, List of Principal. 56, 92, 136, 180, 232, 292, 352, 404, 456, 504, 

556, 632 
Report (Director's) for 1906-07. ...... 463-468 

Report (Monthly). 3-7, 59-63, 95-98, 139-142, 183-186, 235-238, 295- 
298, 355-358, 407-410, 459-462, 507-511, 559-564 
Report. See New York Public Library — Report. 
Schuyler, Philip, Resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees 

ON the Death of. ......... . 7 

Songs. See Folk Songs. 

Virginia, List of Works relating to 64-83, 99-125, 143-168 


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Volume XI • ]N^ umber 1 

Report for December, and Summary for July-December . 3-7 

List op Works relating to Muhammedan Law . . . 8-17 

List op Jewish Drama 18-51 

Principal Accessions in December 52-55 

Principal Donors in December 56 



William W. Appleton. Alexander Maitland. 

John Bigelow. J. Pierpont Morgan. 

John L. Cadwalader. Morgan J. O'Brien. 

Andrew Carnegie. Stephen II. Olin. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. Alexander E. Orr. 

John Murphy Farley. Henry C. Potter. 

Samuel Greenbaum. George L. Rives. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. Charles Rowland Russell. 

John S. Kennedy. George W. Smith. 

Edward King. Frederick Sturges. 
Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Herman A. Metz, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. 
Second Vice-President, John S. Kennedy, Esq. 

Secretary, Charles Howland Russell, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Treasurer, Edward King, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway. 
Director, Dr. John S. Billings, 425 Lafayette Street. 


Lafayette Street, 425. (Astor.) Fifth Avenue, Sqo. (Lenox.) 



East Broadway, 33. (Chatham Square.) 

East Broadway, 197. (Educational Alliance Building.) 

Riving roN Street, 61. 

Le Roy Street, 66. (Hudson Park.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue. ((Dttendorfer.) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near 8th Avenue. (Jackson Square.) , 

22d Street, 230 East. Near 2d Avenue. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 209 West. Near 7th Avenue. (Muhlenberg. Department Headquarters.) 

34th Street, 215 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. 

40th Street, 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael's.) 

42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

59th Street, 113 East. Near Lexington Avenue. 

67th Street, 32S East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (St. Agnes. Blind Library.) 

96th Street, 112 East. Between Lexington and Park Avenues. 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

135th Street, 103 West. Near Lenox Avenue. 

145th Street, 503 West. (Hamilton Grange.) 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


140th Street, 569 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (MoTT Haven.) 
176th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (Tremont.) 
230th Street. 2933 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 


Tottenville. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 
Port Richmond. 12 Bennett Street. 




Vol. XI. 

January, 1907. 

No. 1. 


The following table shows the operations of the Reference Department of the 
New York Public Library for December, 1906, with the corresponding figures for 
the last six months, as compared with the corresponding six months of 1905: 

No. vols, purchased, accessioned 

No. vols, given, " 

No. pams. purchased. 

No. pams. given, " 

No. vols, actually received by purchase 

No. vols. " " " gift . 

No. pams. " " " purchase 

No. pams. " " " gift . 

No. prints " " " purchase 

No. prints " " " gift . 

No. maps " " " purchase 

No. maps " " '' gift . 

No. vols, received in exchange 

No. pams. " " " 

No. vols, sent out .... 

No. pams. " " . 

No. vols, sent to outside binders 

No. vols, sent to Library binder 

No. maps mounted by Library binder 

No. books catalogued 

No. pams. catalogued 

No. cards written .... 

No. slips written for copying machine 
No. cards from copying machine 
No. readers and visitors . 
No. readers. ..... 

No. readers, desk applicants 

No. vols, consulted by desk applicants 

Daily average of readers . 

No. readers, periodical department . 

Daily average " " 

No. periodicals consulted . 

(No. taken from rack) 
No. readers, Russian department 

(No. works consulted) 

During the calendar year ending December 31, 1906, the number of volumes 
actually received was 30,966 and of pamphlets 70,401, of which 13,381 volumes 
and 29,113 pamphlets were gifts, and 6,916 volumes and 36,404 pamphlets were 
received by exchange. 










































































































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The number of volumes catalogued was 30,335, and of pamphlets 33,044. 

There are now on the shelves of the Astor and Lenox branches of the Library, 
available for readers, 696,365 volumes and 268,712 pamphlets. These with the 
570,789 volumes in the circulation department give a total of 1,535,866 pieces in 
the whole system. 

The total number of readers and visitors during the calendar year was 2 10,065 ; 
the number of desk applicants was 180,782, and the number of volumes consulted 
by these desk applicants was 802,874, as shown by the following table: 

^^^'^ VOLUMES. 


AsTOR day service: total 146,328 684,530 

monthly average i 2, 194 57,044. 16 

volumes per reader, 4.67. 

Astor evening service: total 20,925 43)36i 

monthly average i, 743-75 35613-41 

volumes per reader, 2.07. 

Astor day and evening: total 167,253 727,891 

monthly average i3?937-75 60,657.58 

volumes per reader, 4.35. 

Lenox (9 A.M. to 6 P.M.): total 13,529 74,9^3 

monthly average 1,127.41 6,248.58 

volumes per reader, 5.54. 

Astor and Lenox: total 180,782 802,874 

monthly average 15,065.16 66,906.16 

volumes per reader, 4.44. 

In 1905 the total amounted to 160,172 desk applicants and 677,946 volumes, an 
average of 13,346.83 desk applicants and 56.495.5 volumes per month, each reader 
using an average of 4.23 volumes. Increase of 1906 over 1905 amounted to 20,610 
desk applicants and 124,928 volumes. 

During the calendar year ending December 31, 1906, the Circulation Depart- 
ment (36 branches) circulated for home use 4,973,078 volumes; the number of 
readers consulting books from the shelves was 632,182; the adult reading-room 
attendance was 512,847, the total of such attendance being 807,289; the number 
of volumes accessioned was 96,770, giving a total of 570,789 on the shelves. 

During the year four new circulation branches were opened, three of which 
provided new buildings for already existing branches, and one a new branch for 
the lower West side — the Hudson Park branch at 66 Le Roy Street, opened on 
January 26. The new building for Muhlenberg was opened at 209 West 23d 
Street on February 19, for St. Agnes at 444 Amsterdam Avenue on March 26, 
and for Webster at 1465 Avenue A on October 24. 

The assembly rooms of the Hudson Park, Tompkins Square, 125TH Street, 
and Tremont branches were used experimentally by the Board of Education for 
the spring season of the evening free lectures; these same four branches have 
been used for the same purpose since the beginning of the winter courses, in all 
cases the Library remaining open for half an hour after the lecture to enable the 
hearers to withdraw books should thev so desire. 





East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Rivington Street, 61 ' 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 - ■ 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

81st Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue 

Blind Library 

86th Street. 536 Amsterdam Avenue. 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 


140th Street and Alexander Avenue. . . 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 

Kingsbridge Avenue, 2933 


Port Richmond 















































































































Among the books received during the month may be mentioned those from 
the American Philosophical Society, volume i of its " Record of the celebration 
of the 2ooth anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin," at Philadelphia, 
April 17-20, 1906; from the University Library of Breslau, 5 volumes and 72 
pamphlets, dissertations for degrees, etc. ; from Theodore L. De Vinne, his 
" Practice of typography," 4 volumes; from Mrs. Henry Winthrop Gray, a copy 
of the report of the trial of Prof. John W. Webster for the murder of Dr. George 
Parkman, Nov. 23, 1849; fi'om the Universitilts Bibliothek of Jena, 10 volumes 
and 89 pamphlets, being dissertations for degrees; from Lady Meux, her elaborate 
issue of the Ethiopic text and translation into English of the life and miracles of 
Takla Haymiinot (1905); from Daniel F. Cohalan "Annals of the Four Masters,'* 
edited by John O'Donovan, Dublin, 185 i, 7 volumes. 

At the Lenox branch the exhibition of photographs of Italian paintings, 
selected from the A. A. Hopkins Collection, remained on view, as did also the 
exhibit of etchings by Adolphe Lalauze. At the Astor branch the exhibition of 
plates and text from the "Etcher" (1881) remained unchanged, as did also the 
print exhibits at the various circulation branches. 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
circulation branches were as follows: 

East Broadway, Books on Japan, Music and musicians, Visits from St. Nicho- 
las, Whittier; Rivington Street, Indoor games; Hudson Park, Henry D, 
Thoreau, Western life. College sports; Bond Street, Spain, Constantinople, 
Foods; Tompkins Square, Snow; Jackson Square, Story hour; Muhlenberg, 
Railroads, Sports; George Bruce, Sea stories, Manhattan new and old, The 
drama. The horse; 67TH Street, Santa Claus and his workshop, North Ameri- 
can Indians, Hiawatha; Riverside, Babyhood, Tales of the sea, Indians, Animal 
friends. Sports for women, Dutch boys and girls; St. Agnes, Automobile stories; 
96TH Street, Buildings in New York, Reading lists; Bloomingdale, A British 
liner, His Majesty's navy; 125TH Street, Volcanoes, Child labor, College and 
school, Coal and coal mining; Mott Haven, Michael Angelo, Some great 
explorers; Tremont, Colonial customs, Constitution, Dewey in Manila, Dickens,. 
Friendship of books, Hague tribunal. Home life in the Philippine Islands, In the 
days of Elizabeth, Monroe Doctrine, Panama Canal, Winter; Port Richmond, 
Polar regions; Tottenville, Reproduction of famous pictures of Madonna and 

In addition there were bulletins on Christmas at twenty-two branches, on new 
books at seven branches, on the new year at five branches, on December birthdays 
of celebrated men and women at two branches, and on winter at two branches. 

The collection of menus, formed largely by Miss Frank E. Buttolph, amounted 
at the close of 1906 to 15, 194 pieces. Of this total 3,305 represent American daily 
bills of fare, priced; 363 belong to the group of foreign dailies; 239 were issued 
by railroads, and 5,041 for Atlantic and Pacific steamers. Among menus for 
special occasions 1,026 are classified as complimentary banquets, and 388 as mili- 
tary and naval banquets, and 337 as menus for national events. Patriotic societies 
number 393, and social clubs 534; commercial organizations number 616, and school 
and colleges 255. 


At the meeting of the Board of Trustees held on January 9, 1907, the following 
minute on the services of Philip Schuyler was unanimously adopted: 

" Philip Schuyler died suddenly, as the result of a railway accident, on 
November 29, 1906. He was essentially and by inheritance a distinguished citizen 
of New York. His ancestry was remarkable and distinguished on both sides. 
Major-General Philip Schuyler of the Continental Army and a Senator of the 
United States was his great-grandfather, as was Alexander Hamilton upon his 
mother's side. He was entitled from such progenitors to the possession of unusual 
qualities and to become himself in turn a marked American. 

" Mr. Schuyler was born in the City of New York, on June 20, 1836. He spent 
some years at Harvard at the Lawrence Scientific School, afterwards attended 
scientific lectures for some time in Berlin, and subsequently entered upon the 
study of the law. 

"The breaking out of the war, however, put a definite end to thoughts of a 
civil life, and he soon sought to place at the service of his country the training he 
had acquired in the Seventh Regiment, and in April, 1861, in response to the call 
of the President, marched as a private with his company for the protection of 

" Toward the close of this temporary service he promptly sought service in the 
regular army, and his commission, signed by Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Cameron, then 
Secretary of War, as a First Lieutenant in the Fourteenth Regiment of Infantry, 
bears date August 17, 1861. In the service of the United States, with the perti- 
nacity which distinguished him in life, he clung to the particular service in which 
he had enlisted, and remaining with his regiment or on the staff, served through 
the war as a regular, always faithful and distinguished, becoming Captain July i, 
1864, and Brevet-Major in the Army of the United States, April 9, 1865, — "for 
gallant and meritorious services during the recent operations resulting in the fall 
of Richmond, Virginia, and the surrender of the insurgent army under General 
R. E. Lee " — after which he retired from the service. It is not possible here to 
refer at length to his army record, which is a part of the history of the country. 

" He brought into exercise in private life the same qualities which distinguished 
him as a soldier. He was capable, public-spirited and efficient, with liking and 
capacity for public affairs, and with temperament and manner making him a 
charming co-worker and companion. He was able to accomplish results by gentle 
insistence and kindly interest where others might fail, and in the effort he endeared 
himself to all with whom he came in contact. 

"He became a Trustee of the Astor Library on February 14, 1894, and a 
Trustee of the New York Public Library on its formation, and was a most 
enlightened, useful and attractive member of the Board. He bore his full share 
of service on various committees and always with the same efficiency and in the 
same spirit. 

"This minute cannot assume to deal with his personal qualities, his capacity 
for friendship, his charming social spirit, his sweet conception of the character of 
a host and of a friend. He has left nothing but kindly recollections, with thank- 
fulness for his services and respect for his memory." 



Prepared by Miss I. A. Pratt under direction of Dr. Richard Gottheil. 

Order of Arrangement : 

General Works. 
Various Schools: 




Minor schools. 


North Africa. 

Malay archipelago. 


Ahl^vardt (\V.) Die Jurisprudenz. (In his: 
Verzeichniss der arabischen Handschriften der 
koniglichen Bibliothek zu Berlin. Berlin, 1887- 
99. Bd. 4, pp. 1-372.) 

Berg (L. W. C. van den). [Bibliography.] 
(In his: Principles du droit musulman selon les 
rites d'Abou Hanlfah et de Chafi'i. Alger, 1896. 
8°. pp. 16-19.) 

Bibliotheque Khediviale. Fiqh. (In: Bib- 
liothcque Khediviale, Fihrist al-Kutub [catalogue]. 
G7z>^, 1S88-93. 7 V. in 8. 8°. v. 3.) 

Blumhardt (J. F.) Muhamraadan law. (In 
his: Catalogue of the Hindustani books in the 
Library of the India Office. London, 1900. 8°. 
pp. 36-8.) 

Brockelmann (Carl). Al Fiqh. (In his: Ge- 
schichte der arabischen Litteratur. Weimar, 1S98- 
1902. 8°. Bd. I, pp. 16S-188, 372-406; Bd. 2, 
pp. 7S-108, 163-164, 175-176, 185-1SS, 196-200, 
220, 246-248, 264, 310-325, 374-375, 3S7-390. 403- 
406, 411-412, 416-417, 430-438, 460, 485-488, 496.) 

Fluegel(Gustav). Rechtswissenschaft. (In his: 
Die arabischen, persischen und tiirkischen Hand- 
schriften der kaiserlich-koniglichen Hofbibliothek 
zu Wien. IVien, 1865-67. 4°. Bd. 3, pp. 194- 

Jurisprudentia. (In : Leiden, Universiteit, 
Bibliotheek. Catalogus Codicum Orientalium Bib- 
liothecn.' Academiiu Lugduno Batava;. Lugduni 
Batavormn, 1851-1877. 8°. v. 4, pp. 103-183.) 

Jus canonicum et civile. [Codices ad jurispru- 
dentiam pertinentes.] (In: British Museum. Cata- 
logus codicum manuscriptorum orientalium. Pars 2 
[et supplementum]. Londini, iSjib-ji. f". pp. 116- 
142, 407-416.) 

Lambrecht (E.) Jurisprudence. (In his: Cata- 
logue de la Bibliotheque de I'Ecole des langues 
orientales vivantes. Tome i. Paris, iSgj. pp. 324- 
340, 449-450.) 

Loth (Otto). Law. Principles of jurisprudence. 
(In his: Catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the 
Library of the India Office. London, 1S77. 4°. 
pp. 51-83.) 

Perreimond (Victor). Bibliographic. (In his: 
De la protection juridique des incapables en droit 
musulman. Paris, 1903. 8°. pp. 7-12.) 

Rieu (Charles). Law. (In his: Supplement to 
the catalogue of the Arabic manuscripts in the Brit- 
ish Museum. London, 1894. V. pp. 16S-266.) 

Slane (William Mac Guckin de). Droit. (In: 
Bibliotheque nationale. Dept. des manuscrits. 
Catalogue des manuscrits arabes, 1883-95. f°. 
pp. 170-21S.) 

Stewart (Charles). Jurisprudence. (In his: 
A descriptive catalogue of the Oriental library of 
the late Tippoo Sultan of Mysore. Cambridge, 1S09. 
4°. pp. 144-157.) 


Houdas (O.) Sahnoun un jurisconsulte musul- 
man du iiie siecle de I'hegire. (In : Ecole des langues 
orient, viv. Centenaire 1 795-1895. Recueil de 
memoires. Pari^, 1895. f°. pp. 295-304.) 

Kazem Beg (Mirza). Notice sur la marche et 
les progres de la jurisprudence parmi les sectes 
orthodoxes musulmanes. (Journal asiatique. 4. ser. 
V. 15, pp. 15S-214. Paris, 1850.) 

Mac Donald (Duncan B.) Development of 
jurisprudence. (In his: Development of Muslim 
theology, jurisprudence and constitutional theory. 
N'eio York, 1903. 12°. pp. 65-117.) 

Ribera Tarrago (Julian). Origenes del jus- 
ticia de Aragon. Con un prologo de Francisco 
Codera. Zaragoza: Tip. de Comas hermanos, 1897. 
xix, 2 1., 472 pp. 16°. (Coleccion de estudios 
arabes. v. 2.) 

Sachau (Karl Eduard). Zur aeltesten Ge- 
schichte des muhammedanischen Rechts. (Kais. 
Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos. -Hist. CI. Sitzungsb. 
Bd. 65, pp. 699-723. Wien, 1870.) 

General Works. 

Abd al-Kadir ibn Muhammad al-MakkawI. 
Der tiberfliessende Strom in der Wissenschaft des 
Erbrechts des Hanefiten und Schafeiten. Arabischer 
Text. . .uebersetzt und erlautert von L. Hirsch. 
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus,xZq\. xiv, 122 pp. 12°. 


General Works:, confd. 

Abd al-Salam ibn Shu'aib. L'esprit de la 
philosophic du droit musulman par Abdesselam Ben 
Choaib. TL'ritcen:T. Desbonnet,i()Oi. i p. 1. ,33pp., 

1 1. nar. 8°. 

Abdari (Muhammad ibn al-Hajj al-). Kitab 
al-madhal. Cairo, 1902. 3 v. 8°. 

Abu Muhammad ibn Abu Zayd. First steps 
in Muslim jurisprudence, consisting of excerpts 
from Bakurat al-Sa'd. . .with Arabic text, English 
translation, notes, and a short historical and bio- 
graphical introduction by A. D. Russell and Ab- 
dullah al-Ma'mun Suhrawardy. London: Luzac dr" 
Co., 1906. xxi (i), 3-121 pp. 8°. 

Ahmad ibn Ardun. Al-kitab billa'ik li muallim 
al-\vathaik. [On obligations according to Muham- 
madan law.] Fez, 1898. pp. 1-8, numbering re- 
peated 27 times (216 pp. in all). 8°. 

Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Umar Ibn al-Hay- 
yat. Ilashiyah ala sharh al-Khirshy. [Glosses on 
the commentary of al-IIirshi to the Fara'id of Halil.] 
Fez, n. d. pp. 1-8, numbering repeated 23 times 
(1S4 pp. in all). 8°. 

Al-Sirajiyyah; or. The Mohammedan law of 
inheritance, with a commentary by Sir W. Jones. 
(In: Jones' works. London, i2>o-]. 8°. v. 8, pp. 197- 


^ Ali ibn al-Ahwazi (Abu al-Hasan). Kitab al- 
tibr al-munsabik fi tadbir al-malik. [A mirror of 
kings and princes.] Cairo, 1900. 52 pp. 12°. 

Amir Ali (Maulawi Sayyid). The law relating 
to gifts, trusts, and testamentary dispositions among 
the Mahommedans. (According to the Hanafi, 
Maliki, Shafei, and Shiah schools.) Compiled... 
with explanatory notes. . .and an introduction on 
the growth and development of Mahommedan juris- 
prudence. Calcutta: Thacker, Spink &■ Co., 1885. 
xxii, I 1., 635 pp. 8°. (Tagore law lectures, 1884.) 
Mahommedan law; compiled from authori- 
ties in the original Arabic, by Syed Ameer Ali. 
Calcutta: Thacker, Spink Of Co., T 892-94. 2. ed. 

2 V. 8°. (Tagore law lectures, 1884.) 

V. I. Law relating to gifts, wakfs, wills, pre-emption and 

V. 2. Personal law of the Mahommedans. Containing the 
law relating to succession and status. 

The personal law of the Mahommedans. 

(According to all the schools.) With a comparative 
sketch of the law of inheritance among the Sunnis 
and the Shiahs. London: IV. IL. Allen 6^ Co., 1880. 
xii, 430 pp., I 1. 8°. 

Asir (Yusuf al-). Sharh ra'id al-fara'id. [A 
treatise on Muhammadan law.] Beirut, 1873. 
268 pp. 12°. 

Becker (C. H.) Tabari's sogenannte Cate- 
chesis Mahometana. (Deutsche morgenland. Ge- 
sellsch. Ztsch. v. 55, pp. 96-97. Leipzig, 1901.) 

Belin (F. A.) Extrait d'un memoire sur I'origine 
et la constitution des biens de mainmorte en pays 
musulman. (Journal asiatique. 5. ser. v. 2, pp. 377- 
427. Paris, 1853.) 

Berg (L. W. C. van den). De beginselen van 
het Mohammedaansche recht, volgens de imam's 
Aboe Hanifat en Sjafe'i. Batavia: Ernst iSr" Co., 
1878. XV, 269 pp. 2. ed. 8°. 

Principes du droit musulman selon les rites 

d'Abou Hanifah ef de Chafi'i. Traduit du holland- 

ais. . .par R. de France de Tersant. . .avec la col- 
laboration de M. Damiens. . . Alger: A. Jourdan, 
1896. vii, 278 pp., I tab. 8°. 

Clavel (E.) Droit musulman. Le wakf ou 
habous, d'apres la doctrine et la jurisprudence 
(rites Hanafite et Malekite). Le Caire: Imprimerie 
Diemer, 1896. 2 v. 8". 

Cohn (Emil). Der Wucher (riba) in Qor'an, 
Chadith und Fiqh. Ein Beitrag zur Entstehungs- 
geschichte des muhammedanischen Rechtes. Mit 
einem Nachwort von J. Kochler. Berlin : R. v. 
Decker, i()02. Iv, 34 pp. 8°. (Berliner juristische 
Beitriige zum Civilrecht. lift. 2.) 

Dabusi (Umar ibn Isa al-) Kitab tasis al- 
nazar. [Questions of law as decided by the different 
schools, with an extract from the Alam al-akhyar 
wa taj al-tarajim of Abu al-Hasan al-Karhi.] 
Cairo, n. d. 2 p.l., 4, 88 pp. 8°. 

Dairabi (Ahmad al-). Ghayat al-maksud. [A 
compendium of Muhammadan law relating to 
marriage according to the four orthodox schools.] 
Cairo, 1906. 104 pp. 12°. 

Dimishki (Muhammad ibn Abd al-Rahman al-). 
Kitab rahmat al-ummah fi ikhtilaf al-a'immah. [On 
the agreements and disagreements between the 
chief legal authorities, and especially the founders 
of the four orthodox sects. On the margin, 'Abd al- 
Wahhab al-Sha'rani's Mizan al-hidriyyah.] Bulak, 
1883. 174, 2 pp. 4°. 

Ettouati (Mohammed Elbachir). Recueil de 
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la Dobrogea d'apres les lois ottomanes. Discours 
de rentree prononce le 16-2S aout 1S80, devant les 
Sections unies de la Haute Gourde Gassation et de 
Justice de Roumanie. B nearest: F. Gobi, iSSo. 
47 pp. 8°. 

Krcsmarik (Johann). Beitrage zur Beleuch- 
tung des islamitischen Strafrechts; mit Riicksicht 
auf Theorie und Praxis in der Tiirkei. Leipzig: 
F. A. Brockhatis, 1904. I p.l., 134 pp. 8°. 

Repr.: Zeitschrift der Deutchen morgenlandischen Gesell- 
schaft. Bd. 58. 1904. 

Mejelle, al-. [Ottoman civil law.] Constan- 
tinople, 1S87. 280 pp. 3. ed. 8°. 

Medjelle (The); or, Ottoman civil law, trans- 
lated into English by W. E. Grigsby. London: 
Stevens 6^ Sotts, 1895. 2 p.l., x, 433 pp. 8°. 

Mejelle (The), translated by G. R. Tyser... 
D. G. Demetriades. . .and Ismail Haggi Effendi 
Nicosia, Cyprus; Govt. Ptg. Off., 1901. 2 p.l., 
xxxx, 307 pp., 21 1. 8°. 

M[ouradja] d'Ohsson. Tableau general de 
I'Empire Othoman, divise en deux parties, dont 
Tune comprend le Legislation Mahometane; I'autre, 

I'Histoire de I'Empire Othoman. Paris, 1787-90. 
3 V. f°. 

Ongley (F.) The Ottoman land code, trans- 
lated from the Turkish by F. O. revised and the 
marginal notes and index added by Horace E. 
Miller. London: IV. Cloives &' Sons, 1892. xii, 
396 pp. 12". 

Ranzi (G.) Das Verfahren vor den Givilge- 
richten des tiirkischen Reiches. Wien, 1900. iv, 
220 pp. 8°. 

Tchacos (G.) De la succession en droit otto- 
man. Paris: A. Durand et Pedone-Laiiriel, 1S93. 
104 pp. 8°. 

Walpole (Charles George). The Ottoman 
penal code 28 zilhijeh 1274. Translated from the 
French text. London: W. Clowes &= Sons, 1888. 
xi, 134 pp. 12°. 

Young (George). Corps de droit ottoman. Re- 
cueil des codes, lois, reglements, ordonnances et 
actes les plus importants du droit interieur, et 
d'etudes sur le droit coutumier de I'Empire Otto- 
man. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1905. 3 v. 

V. I. Droit administratif. Droit judiciaire. Droit successoral. 

Droit de propriete immobiliere. 
V. 2. Droit des communautes privilegiees. Droit personnel. 

Droit interieur. Droit militaire. 
V. 3. Droit e.xterieur. Droit maritime. Droit sanitaire. Droit 

commercial exterieur. 

Zia (H. Kiazim). Expose du droit de succes- 
sion musulman ab intestat en Turquie. Lazisanne: 
C. Pache, 1902. 166 pp. 8°. 





Prepared by Mr. A. S. Freidus, Chief of the Hebrew Department. 

Order of Arrangement: 

General Works. 

Dramas dealing with themes of Biblical and later 

Jewish history (in various languages, arranged 

chronologically by subject-matter). 
Other dramas of Jewish life (in moder.n languages). 
Dramas in Hebrew. 

Hebrew compositions. 

Translations into Hebrew. 



Translations into Judeo-German. 
Judeo-German stage songs. 
The Hebrew stage. 


General Works. 

Bell (Hillary). The Jew and the modern drama. 
(AVw Yoi-k Press, 1 900.) 

Reprinted in Hebrew Standard. New York, June 8, 1900, 
p. I. f°. From a reprint in Springfield (Mass.) Republican. 

Enteen (Toel). Die flinf Theilen vun a Drama 
un seine drei Krafte. Gestiitzt auf Gustav Freytag 
. ..[Judeo-German.] (Der nayer Gayst. v. i, p. 239- 
241, 2S9-292, 349-351. New York, 1898. 4°.) 

Gordon (.Samuel Loeb). Ha-Machazeh o ha- 
Drama. (In his: Torat ha-Sifrut. Warsaw, i()02. 
8°. p. 19S-212.) 

Landau (Judah Leo). Yisrael ben ha- Am in 
(Hebrew). [First article: on the Jewish dramatists 
who write in German.] (Ha-Eshcol. v. i, p. 44- 
53. Krakau, 189S. 8°.) 

I, Felix Durman. 2, Philipp Langmann. 

Modlinger (Samuel). Chayye Aristo. IVien, 
1883. sq. S°. 

Chap. 7-8 deal with Aristotle's theory of Poetry and the 

Pantarhei. Ohne Drama. (Die Welt. v. 5, 
no. 7. IVien, 1901. 4°.) 

Das deutsch-judische Milieudrama. {Ibid. 

no. 39.) 

Die jiidisch sprechenden Juden und ihre 

Buhne. {Ibid. no. 41.) 

Die P'orderung jiidischer Dramatik. {Ibid. 

no. 43.) 

Wordsworth {ChSirles), bis/iop of St. Andrews. 
Shakespeare's knowledge and use of the Bible. 3.ed. , 
with appendix containing additional illustrations 
and tercentenary sermon. London : Smith, Elder 
&= Co., 18S0. xiv, 420 p. 12°. 

Biblical axd later themes. 
I. Biblical dramas, arranged by Harris G. Hale 
and Newton M. Hall. Boston: The Pilgrim P ress, 
igo6. 3 V. nar. 12°. 

1. The story of Joseph and his brethren. 

2. The story of Jacob. 

3. Moses the liberator. 

2. Calderon de la Barca (Pedro). Autos sacra- 
mentales, alegoricos, y historiales. . . Obras pos- 
thumas que saca a luz. . .J. Fernandez de Apontes. 
Madrid : La Viiida de Don Manuel Fernandez, 
1759-60. 6 V. in 3. 4°. 

3. Chester plays (The): a collection of mysteries 
founded upon scriptural subjects, and formerly 
represented by the Trades of Chester at Whitsun- 
tide. Edited by Thomas Wright. London: Shake- 
speare Soc, 1S43-47. 2 V. 8°. 

Chester plays (The). Reedited from the MSS. 
by the late Dr. H. Deimling. Pt. i. London, 1893. 

4. Marriott (William). A collection of English 
miracle-plays or mysteries; containing the dramas 
from the Chester, Coventry, and Towneley series, 
with two of latter date. . . Basel : Schzveighaiiser 
&= Co., 1838. Ixiii, 271 p. 8°. 

5. Mistere (Le) du Viel Testament, public avec 
introduction, notes et glossaire, par le baron James 
de Rothschild. Paris: Firvtiti Didot ^ Cie. [Le 
Buy, printed], 1878-91. 6 v. 8°. (Soc. des Anc. 
Textes Fran9ais.) 

cf. Isidore Loeb in Revue des Etudes juives. v. i, p. 308 ; 
V. 4, p. 303-304. Paris, 1880-82. 8°. 

6. More (Hannah). Sacred dramas, chiefly in- 
tended for young persons: the subjects taken from 
the Bible. . .Boston: J. IVesi &• Co., i3ir. 191 p. 

(In her Works, v. i, p. 75-109. New 

York, 1852. 8°.) 

7. P. (Br.) Three plays, scriptural and histori- 
cal. For male characters only. Translated from 
the French. . . By Br. P. London: S. French [1S71J. 
2 p.l., 27, 26, 36 p. 12°. 

Schwab (Moise). Mots hebreux^dans les mys- 
teres du moyen age. (Revue des Etudes juives. 
V. 46, p 14S-151. Paris, 1903. 4°.) 

8. Teatro ebraico, ovvero scelta di tragedie, 
tratte d'argomenti ebraici, parte tradotte dal fran- 
cese, e parte originali italiane. . . Venezia: P. Val- 
vasense, 1751-1752. 3 v. in i. 8°. 





Bates (Katharine The English religious 
drama. A^eiu York: Macviillan Co., 1902. 4 p.l., 
254 p. 12°. 

Bible (The) on the stage. [A symposium by 
Alexandre Dumas, fils, F. W. Farrar, and Henry 
Arthur Jones.] (New Review, v. 8, p. 183-189. 
London, 1893. 8°.) 

Bible (The) and the stage. (Spectator, v. 70, 
P- 155-156- London, 1893. f ° . ) 

Delfour (L.Cl.) *La Bible dans Racine. . Paris: 
£. Leroiix, iSgi. 3 p.l., x.xv, 261 p. 8°. 

Lublinski (S.) Jiidische Charaktere bei Grill- 
parzer, Hebbel und Otto Ludwig. Litterarische 
Studien. Berlin: S. Cronbach, 1899. 120 p. 12°. 

Mdchal (Jan). O dvou ceskych komediich 
biblickych z XVI. stoleti. V Froze, 1902. 14 p. 
8°. (Kon.-bohm. Gesellsch. d. Wissensch. Classe 
f. Philos. Gesch. u. Philol. Sitzungsb. 1902, no. 2. 
Frag, 1903.) 

Monceaux (Paul) . Racine et la Bible. (In 
his: Racine. Paris, 1892. 8°. p. 162-184.) 

Ln dividii a I Flays . 

Adam and Eve. 

Rothschild (James de), baron. Le compositions 
•dramatiques dont I'histoire d'Adam et d'Eve est le 
principal sujet. (In Mistere du Viel Testament, 
public par le baron James de Rothschild, v. i, 
p. Iv-lix. Paris, 1878. 8°.) 

9. Klopstock (Friedrich Gottlieb). Der Tod 
Adams. Ein Trauerspiel [in 3 acts].. Leipzig: 
G. J. Goschen, 1804. 2 p.l., 57 p. 8°. (In his: 
Werke, v. 8.) 

La morte d'Adamo: tragedia, tradotta in 

Italiano. (In: Gozzi (G.) Opere. v. 7, p. 319-416. 
Venezia, 1794. 16°. ) 

La morte d'Adamo: tragedia. . .tradotta. . . 

•dal G. Gozzi. Venezia, 1800. 44 p. 12°. (Teatro 
Moderno Applaudito. v. 45.) 

10. Mot Adam. [A drama in three acts; trans- 
lated freely from the French into Hebrew.] (In: 
Hornstein (Z.) Shire Kodesh. Warsaw, 1881. 
16°. p. 13-72.) 

11. Sachs (Hans). Tragedia von schopfung, 
fal und ausstreibung Ade auss dem paradeyss; hat 
xj person und iij actus. (In his [Werke] PIrsg. von 
A. von Keller, v. i, p. 19-52. Tubingen, 1870. 8°. 
{Litterarischer Verein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. 
V. 102.) 

12. Ein spil mit ir personen, wie Gott, der 

Herr, Adam und Eva ihre kinder segnet. (In his: 
[Werke] Hrsg. von Dr. Arnold, v. 2, p. 254-268. 
Berlin u. Stuttgart [1884]. 12°. (Deutsche Na- 
tional-Litteratur. v. 21.) 

13. Vondel (Joost van den). Adam in balling- 
schap, of aller treurspeelen treurspel [in 5 acts and 
inverse]. (In his: Dichterlijke werken. v. i, p. 93- 
182. Amsterdam, 1820. 24°.) 

Cain and Abel. 

Rothschild (James de), baron. Les represen- 
tations de la Mort d'Abel. (In: Mistere du Viel 
Testament, publie par le baron James de Roths- 
child. V. I, p. Ixvij-lxxj. Paris, 1878. 8"".) 

14. Alfieri (Vittorio). Abele, tramelogedia [in 
5 acts and in verse]. (In his: Opere. v. 3, p. 23- 
98. Ltalia\^Viacenza\, 1S09. 32°.) 

(In his: Tragedie et vita. Firenze,\%\2. 4°. 

p. 425-450.) 

(In his: Tragedie. v. 2, p. 339-397. Firenze, 

1855. 12°. ) 

15- Byron (6. baron), George Gordon Noel 
Byron. Cain: a mystery [in three acts and ir 
verse]. 1S22. (In his: Works. ) 

Cain... [Translated from the English 

into Hebrew by David Frischmann.] IVarsaw : 
'' Tiischijah," igoo. 2 pt. in I v. xl., J28 p. 12°. 
(Bibliotheca Ibrit.) 

HoLTERMANN (Adolph). Cain. . . by Lord Byron, 
critically examined . Brunswick : F. Vietvig 6^ 
Son, 1869. 27 p. 8°. 

16. Klopstock (Friedrich Gottlieb). Der Tod 
Abels. Ein Trauerspiel [in 3 acts]. (In his: Werke. 
V. II, p. 169-200. Leipzig, 1816. 8°.) 

17. Metastasio (Pietro Antonio Domenico 
Bonaventura). La morte d'Abel. Azione sacra. . . 
1732. (In his: Opere. v. 7, p. 285-326. Londra, 
1782. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere. v. 4, p. 313-354. Man- 

tova, 1 8 16. i6°.) 

(In his: Opere scelte. v. 5, p. 59-88. 

Milano, 1820. 8°.) 

(In his: Opere drammatiche. v. 14, 

p. 77-113. Alilano, 1824, 32°.) 

18. Sachs (Hans). Comedia. Die ungeleichen c 
Kinder Eva, wie sie Gott, der Herr, anredt; hat 
xix personen unnd funff actus. (In his: [Werke] 
Hrsg. von A. von Keller, v. i, p. 53-87. Tubingen, 
1870. 8°. (Litterarischer Verein in Stuttgart. 
Bibliothek. v. 102.) 


For bibliography see baron James de Rothschild's Intro- 
duction, in Mistere du Viel Testament, publie par le 
baron James de Rothschild, v. i, p. Ix.xxj-lxxxij. 
Paris, 1878. 8°. 

19. Vondel (Joost van den). Noah, of ondergang 
der eerste weerelt. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in 
verse]. (In his Dichterlijke werken. v. i, p. 183- 
260. Amsterdam, 1S20. 24°.) 


Rothschild (James de), baron. [Du sacrifice 
d'Abraham.] (In Mistere du Viel Testament, pub- 
lic par le baron James de Rothschild, v. 2, p. 1- 
xxvj, Ixiii. Paris, 1879. 8°.) 

Appendice. Bibliographic de I'Abra- 

ham sacrifiant de Theodore de Beze. {Lbid. p. 

20. Goldfaden (Abraham). Akedath Jizchak 
o Mahpechath Sedom we-Amorah. Biblische Oper- 
etta in 4 Akten un 40 Bildern. . . [Judeo-German.] 
Krakau: J. Fischer, 1897. 70 (2) p. 8°. 

German title : Die Opferung Isaak oder die Zerstorung 
von Sodom und Gomora. 

21. Levy (Leah). Bible plays for the Sabbath 
school. Abraham. New York: Block Pub. Co., 
1901. 22 p. 16°. 




For bibliography of dramas relating to this subject see 
Rothschild (James de), baron. Notice sur les mysteres 
contenus dans le tome II. (In: Mistere du Viel Testa- 
ment. V. 2, p. .\.xviii-.\x.\i. Paris^ 1879. 8°.) 

22. Genlis (Stephanie Felicite Ducrest de St. 
Aubin de), comtesse. Isaac, comedie en deux actes. 
n. t.-p. n.p. [182-?] I p.l., 117-118 p. nar. 16*. 

23. Metastasio (Pietro Antonio Domenico 
Bonaventura). Isacco, figura del redentore. Azione 
sacra. .. 1740. (In his: Opere. v. 7, p. 367-406. 
Londra, 1782. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere. v. 8, p. 243-280. 

Mantova, 1S17. 16°. ) 

(In his : Opere scelte. v. 5, p. 183- 

211. Milano, 1820. 8°.) 

(In his: Opere drammatiche. v. 14, 

p. 225-258. Milano, 1S24. 32°.) 


For bibliography of dramas relating to this subject see 
Rothschild (James de), baron. Notice sur les mysteres 
contenus dans le tome II. (In Mistere du Viel Testa- 
ment. V. 2, p. x.xxiii-x.xxiv. Paris, 1879. 8°.) 

24. Sachs (Hans). Comedia. Jacob mit seinem 
bruder Esaw. Hat sechs person und v actus. 
(In his [Werke]. Hrsg. von A. von Keller, v. i, 
p. S8-110. Tubingen, 1870. 8°. (Litterarischer 
Verein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. v. 102.) 

25. Story (The) of Jacob. Arranged by Harris 
G. Hale and Newton M. Hall. Boston: The Pil- 
grim Press, 1906. iii (i), 20 p. nar. 12°. (Bibli- 
cal dramas.) 


Rothschild (James de), baron. Les principales 
pieces dramatiques composees sur le . . . sujet a 
diverses epoques et dans les differents pays de 
I'Europe. (In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public 
par le baron James de Rothschild, v. 3, p. xxv- 
Ixxxii. Paris, 1881. 8°.) 

This list comprises 135 plays, aside from editions and trans- 

26. Angela Fortunata. Aseneth. Drama in 
fUnf Aufzugen [and inverse]. Mit Musikbeilage. 
Miinster in Westfalen: Alphonsus Buchhandlung 
[1906]. 29 p. 16°. 

The supplement is wanting. 

27. Baour-Lormian (Pierre Marie Fran9ois 
Louis). Omasis ; ou Joseph en Egypte, tragedie en 
cinq actes et en vers. Paris: Vente, 1807. i p.l., 
70 p. 12°. 

28. [Chayyim Abraham ben Aryeh Loeb] 
Milchamah be-Shalom. [First part called Token 
Alilot and second part Tokachat Megulah. Hebrew.] 
Sklow: K. Berger, 1797. 40 f. sq. 8°. 

Another ed. Edited by Eliezer Power. 

Zolkiew: A. J. L. Meyer ho ffer, 1806. 64!. 12°. 

Another ed. Wilna: Menahem Man 

ben Baruch, 1819. i p.l., 61 f. 16°. 

Another ed. Warsaw: N. Schrift- 

giesser, 18S3. 66 p. 12°. 

Gedulat Joseph. [The above Hebrew 

work translated into Judeo-German by Eliezer 
Power.] Josef ow: D. S. I. Wax, 1838. 30 f. 4°. 

Another ed. Lemberg: \^U. W. Salai 

&^]/. M. Nik, 1882. I p.l., 30 1. 16°. 

Another ed. Wilna: J. L. Matz, 1895. 

2 p.l., 2-[6o] p. 8°. 

Another ed. Wilna: Widow ^^ Bros. 

Romm, i8q6. 120 p. 16°. 

29. Crippen (T. G.) Joseph in Egypt. A 
Biblical drama in five acts. Edited by C. J. Hans- 
sen. AVw York: The Dramatic Publishing Com- 
pa7iy\\%-l\. 28 p. 16°. (The wizard series.) 

30. Ebb (Sophie R.) Joseph. A biblical play. 
New York: Block Pub. Co., 1903. 7 1. 8°. 

31. Groot (Hugo de). Sofompaneas of Joseph 
in 't hof. Trcurspel [in 4 acts and in verse]. Ver- 
taelt uit hct Latijn [by J. Van den Vondel]. (In: 
Vondel's Uichterlijke werken. v. 2, p. 77-140. 
Amsterdam, 1S20. 24°.) 

32. Iliowizi (Henry). Joseph: a dramatic re- 
presentation in seven tableaux. Minneapolis, Min. : 
Tribune Job Print. Co., 1885. 46 p. 8°. 

33. [Issachar Baermannof Limburg.] . . . Me- 
chirus Joseph. Die Verkauffung Josephs . . . sampt 
unserer hoch-teutscher Ubersetzung. [Judeo-Ger- 
man and German.] (In Schudt (J. J.) Jiidische 
Merckwurdigkeiten. pt. 3, p. 226-327. Franck- 

furt, 1 714. 4°.) 

Comp. ibid. pt. 2, section 3, p. 314-316; pt. 4, continuation 
3, p. 6-10. 

34. Jacobson (Janie). Joseph and his breth- 
ren. A Scriptural play in four acts, n.t.-p. \^New 

York:Stt'ttiner Bros.,] cop. 1905. 16 p. nar. 8°. 

35. Joseph and his brethren. The Hebrew 
Son; or, The child of Babylon. In three acts. A^ew 

York, i860. 3 pt. f°. 

Ms. The parts of the different characters are on loose 

Prompter's copy. The name of E. F. Taylor appears on 
the t.-p. At the end of Isaac's part is the signature of the 
copyist and " Barnum's Museum, i860." Becks bequest. 

36. Joseph and his brethren. A drama. In 
three acts. London [iS-i 7]. 26 p. (In: P. Three 
plays . . . For male characters only. Translated 
from the French ... By Br. P. London [1871 ?]. 


37. Lateiner (Joseph). Joseph und seine 
BrUder. Historische Opere in 5 Akten und 9 Bil- 
der. [Judeo-German.] [189-?] 45 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

38. Itletastasio (Pietro Antonio Domenico 
Bonaventura). Giuseppe riconosciuto. Azione 
sacra . . . 1733. (In his Opere. v. 7, p. 245-284. 
Londra, 1782. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere. v. 5, p. 315-3.55- 

Mantova, 1816. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere scelte. v. 5, p. 89- 

116. Milano, 1820. 8°.) 

(In his: Opere drammatiche. v. 14, 

p. 115-147. Milano, 1824. 32°.) 

39. Seder Mechirat Joseph. .Spiel ... mit. .. 
Lieder zu singen in Purim. ..[Hebrew and Judeo- 
German.] Lemberg: J. D. Siiss, 1895. 8 1. 24. 

40. Story (The) of Joseph and his brethren. 
Arranged by Harris G. Hale and Newton M. Hall. 
Boston: The Pilgrim Press, 1906. iii (l), 26 p. 
nar. 12°. (Biblical dramas.) 

41. Vondel (Joost van den). Joseph in Do- 
than. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In his: 
Dichterlijke werken. v. i, p. 261-354. Atnster- 
da7n, 1820. 24°.) 



42. Joseph in Egypten. Treurspel [in 5 

acts and in verse]. {Ibid. v. 2, p. 3-75.) 

43. Zunser (Eliakum). Machaze Mechirath 
Joseph. Ein Theater-Sti'ick in 7 Akten un in 17 
Szenen. . .[JudeoGerman.] Wilna: Widoxv dr' 
Bros. Romin, 1893. 2 pt. in I v. 106, (2), 107- 
194 p. 16°. 


For bibliography of dramas relating to this subject see 
Rothschild (James de), baron Notice sur les Mys- 
teres contenus dans le tome III. (In Mistere du Viel 
Testament, v. 3, p. l.\.\.\i.K-xcj, xcvi-c, ciij-cvi, cx- 
cxi. Paris, 1 88 1. 8°.) 

44. Brown (Charles Hovey). Moses: a drama. 
Boston: Gorliam Press, 1902. 69 p. 8°. 

45. Chateaubriand (Fran9ois Auguste Rene 
de), vicointc. Moise tragedie en cinq actes [and in 
verse.] (In his: Oeuvres completes, v. 24, p. iii- 
245. Paris, 1836. 8vo.) 

" Le sujet de cette tragedie est la premiere idoldtre des He- 
breux." (Preface.) 

46. Esteve (Claude Antoine), ahbJ. Moise 
sauve des eaux. Drame en 3 actes et en vers mele 
de chant. Poitiers: A. Dupre, 1S60. 47 p. 8°. 

47. More (Hannah). Moses in the bulrushes: 
a sacred drama in three parts. (In her: Sacred 
dramas. Boston, 181 r. 16°. p. 13-30.) 

(In her: Works, v. i, p. 77-81. New 

York, 1852. 8°.) 


Rothschild (James de), baron. La sortie 
d'Egypte. (In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public 
par le baron James de Rothschild, v, 3, p. xcvi-c. 
Paris, 1 88 1. 8°.) 

48. Ezekiel, Alexandrine poet of the 2. cent. 
Die Fragmente des Drama's : Die Ausfiihrung 
Israel's aus Egypten [Greek]. (In: Delitzsch, 
Franz. Zur Geschichte der jiidischen Poesie. 
Leipzig, 1836. 8°. p. 211-219.) 

Corap. ibid., p. 28. 

The first drama written by a Jew, and also the earliest 
drama on a biblical subject. 

49. Elaytuyi;. Eductio Hebr^orum. 

{Greek and Latin.] 7 p. (In: Fragmenta Euripidis 
iterum edidit perditorum tragicorum omnium nunc 
primum coUegit F. G. Wagner. Christus patiens, 
Ezechieli et Christianorum poetarum reliquiae dra- 
matical. Ex codibus emendavit et annotatione 
critica instruxit F. Dubner. Parisiis: Firnmi- 
Didot, 1878. 4°. 

The Ezekiel fragment in this work (ed. of 1847) is reviewed 
by Mangin in Jour, des savants for 1848, p. 193-208. 

Frankel (Zacharias). Ueber den Einfluss der 
palastinischen Exegese auf die alexandrinische 
Hermeneutik. Leipzig, 1851. 8°. p. 113-119. 

Herzfeld (Levi). Geschichte des Volkes Israel. 
V. 2, p. 517-519. Nordhansen, 1857. 8°. 

Klein (Julius Leopold). Ezechiel. (In his: 
Geschichte des Drama's, v. 2, p. 262-263. Leip- 
zig, 1865. 8°.) 

KuiPER (K.) De Ezechiele poeta Jud^o. 
(Mnemosyne, n. s. , v. 28, p. 237-280. Lugdimi- 
Batavorum, 1900. 8°.) 
Contains the text of the fragments, with a translation. 

Le poete juif Ezechiel. (Rev. d. Etudes 

juives. V. 46, p. 48-73, 161-177. Paris, 1903. 8°.) 

A translation of the above article. 

SciiUERER (Emil). Ezechiel der Tragiker. (In 
his Geschichte des jiidischen Volkes im Zeitalter 
Jesu Christi. 3. ed. Leipzig, 189S. 8°. p. 373- 

50. Vondel (Joost van den). Pascha, ofte de 
verlossinghe Israels uit Egypten. Tragi-comedi- 
scher-wyze een ieder tot leeringh op't tooneel 
gestelt. [In 5 acts and in verse.] (In his: Dich- 
terlijke werken. v. 4, p. 191-290. Amsterdavi, 
1820. 24°.) 

51. Moses the liberator, arranged by Harris 
G. Hale and Newton M. Hall. Boston: The Pil- 
grim Press, 1906. iii, (i), 25 p. nar. 12°. (Bib- 
lical dramas. 3.) 


52. Burton (Richard). Rahab. A drama in 
three acts. New York: H. Holt &f Co., 1906. 
2 p.l., 119 p. 8°. 

53. Fischmann (Nachman Isaac). Sisera. . . 
[A drama in 2 acts and in verse; with an Introduc- 
tion by Jacob Bodek. Hebrew.] Lemberg: Chawe 
Grosman, 1841. 70 p. 12°. 


54. Terr (Jacob). Milchemeth ha-Jehudim, 
oder die geraubte Princessin. Flistorische Opera* 
in 4 Akten, 6 Bilder. [Judeo-German.] New 

York, 1894. 2 p.l., 63 p. sq. 8°. 
Ms. German cursive characters. 

Jephtha and his Daughter. 

55. Goeij (Roger de). Jephtah Victorieux ! 
Drame lyrique en trois tableaux. Paris: Fisch- 
bacher [1898?]. AT, xiii, 14 p. nar. 12°. 

56. Jephtha's daughter, a scriptural drama, 
in three acts [and in verse]. By a Lady. (In: Al- 
fieri (V.) Saul, a tragedy. . .Zci«^/(?w, 1821. 8°. 
p. 115-152.) 

57. Terr (Jacob). Bath Jiphthach oder Jiph- 
thach's Neder. [Judeo-German.] Nc%vYork,\%<^2>- 
71 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

58. Vondel (Joost van den). Jeptha of offer- 
belofte. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In 
his: Dichterlijke werken. v. 2, p. 141-236. Am- 
sterdam, 1820. 24°.) 

MoLTZER (Henri Ernest). Vondel's Jeptha. 
(In his: Studien en schetsen van Neder- 
landsche letterkunde. Afl. 5. Haarlem: 
F. Bohn, 1S81. 8°.) 

PicOT (Emile). L'histoire de Samson ... I'objet 
d'un certain nombre de compositions dramatiques. 
(In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public par le baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 4, p. ij-xiij. Paris, 1882. 

59. Lounsbery (Grace Constant). Delilah; a 
drama in three acts. New York: Scott-Thaw Co., 
1904. 128 pp. sq. 16°. 

59a. Luzzatto (Moses Chayyim). [Shimshon 
u-Felishtim. (Samson and the Philistines.) A 
Hebrew drama in 3 acts and in verse. Written 
about 1724. The first scene of the first act and 
the very last stanza are given by Joseph Almanzi in 
his Toledot Rabbi Mosheh Chayyim Luzzatto in 



Kerem Chemed, v. 3, p. 129-130, Prag, 1S3S, 12°, 
from Luzzatto's Leshon Limmudin, v. 3 (Ms. 

Same. (In: Almanzi (J.) Toledot R. M. 

Ch. Luzzatto. Lefubero, 1879. 16°. p. 7-10.) 

Same. (In: Luzzatto (M. Ch.) La-Ye- 

sharim Tehillah. Warsaw, 1884. 12°. p. 77-79.) 

60. Milton (John). Paradise regain'd. A Poem. 
In IV Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes. 
The Author John Milton. London: Printed by 
J. M. for John Star key at the Mitre in Fleet Street, 
near Tefuple-Bar, ifji. i 1., m, loi (i) p., i 1. 
8 . 

For other editions in English see the author entry in the 
general catalogue. 

Samson Agonistes Graece reddidit Georgius, 

Baro Lyttelton. [English Text also.] Londitn: 
Macmillan ^ Soc, 1867. 6 p. I., 189 p. 16°. 

-^ Shimshon ha-Gibbor. . . [A Hebrew trans- 
lation in verse of Samson Agonistes, by Joseph 
Massel.] Manchester : J. Massel, 1890. v, (i), 
107, (5) p. 16°. 

English title: Samson Agonistes . . . Translated into He- 
brew and printed by J. Massel. 

Stengers (Jeanne). Le "Samson" de Milton 
et de Vondei. (Rev. de I'Univ. de Bruxelles. Annee 
10, 261-2S4. Bruxelles, 1905. 8°.) 

61. Voltaire. Samson, opera [in five acts]. 
1732. (In his: Oiuvres completes, v. q, d. 1-4.6. 
[Kehl,] 1785. 8^) 

(In his: CEuvres completes, v. 12, 

p. 63-112. Paris, i%2(). 8°.) 

62. Vondei (Joostvan den). Samson of heilige 
wraeck. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In 
his: Dichterlijke werken. v. 2, p. 237-316. Am- 
sterdain, 1820. 24°.) 

63. Whiffen (Edwin T.) Samson marrying, 
Samson at Timnah, Samson Hybristes, Samson 
blinded. Four dramatic poems. Boston: R. G. 
Badger, 1905. 190 p. 12°. 


64. Cohn (Isaac Jehoiada.) Boaz we-Ruth. [A 
drama in three acts. Hebrew and German.] Bres- 
lau : L. IV. Sulzbach ^ Sohn, 1834. 12 p. I., 155 
(r) p. 12°. 

German title: Boas und Ruth, biblisch historisches Drama 
in drei Aufzugen, im Hebraischen metrisch abgefasst und ins 
Deutsche iibersetzt von Is. Jojade Cohn. 

65. Jacobsohn (G.) Ruth. .. [Translated from 
the German into Hebrew by A. Rosett.] Wilna: 
I. Romm, ic,04. 35 p. 24". 

66. Rosenzweig (Salomon). Ruth... [A 
drama in 2 acts and in prose. Dedicated to Simon 
Schaff. Yi.eox^^.'] Krakau: J. Fischer, xZcj-},. 5 p.l., 
13-46 p. 16°. 

German title: Ruth. Biblisches Drama in 2 Akten. 

67. WolfiP-Kassel(Ludwig). Ruth. Biblisches 
Schauspiel in einem Act. Berlin: G. A'. Krtise 
[1884?]. 30 p. 16°. 


PicOT (Emile). La bibliographie des pieces... 
[sur I'histoire de Saul.] (In: Misicre du Viel Testa- 
ment, public par le baron James de Rothschild. 
v. 4, p. xxiv-xlvij. Paris, 1882. 8°.) 
43 titles. 

68. Alfieri (Vittorio). Saul, a tragedy [in five 
acts and in verse]; translated from the Italian of 
Count V. Alfieri: and Jephtha's daughter, a scrip- 
tural drama. By a Lady. London: T. Cadell, 1S21, 
152 p. 8°. 

Acharit Shaul.. . [Specimens of Micah 

Joseph Lebensohn's Hebrew translation of Alfieri's 
Saul, from a German translation. First scene of 
the first act and end of third scene of the third 
act.] (In: Lebensohn (M. J.) Kinnor Bat Zion, 
Wilna, 1870. 16°. p. 14-25.) 

Same. (In: Lebensohn (A. D. B.) & Le- 
bensohn (M. J.) Col Shire A. D. M. u- M. J. C. L, 
V. 6, p. 14-25. Wilna, 1895. 12°.) 

69. Ben-Zion (Benedix). Schaul ha-Melech. 
[A Drama in 5 Acts.] [Judeo-German.] {^Alexan- 
dria, Egypt, 1898.] 60 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

70. Efrathi (Joseph) of Tropplowitz. Meluchat 
Shaul... [A tragedy in 6 acts. Hebrew.] Wienr 
A. Schmid, 1793. 12 p.l., 1-57, 572, 58-95 p., 
2 pi. 16". 

[2. ed., edited by Isaac Baer Levin- 

sohn.] Lefnberg: Matfesische Buchdruckery, 1820. 
10 p.l., 82 f. 16°. 


Another ed. Wien: A. Edler v. 

Schmid, 1829. 10 p.l., 96 f. 12°. 

Another ed. Warsaw: /. Goldmann,. 

1SS5. 150 p. 12°. 

Meluchat Saul (Saul's Regieurung), eia 

Drama in 5 [«V] Akten. II. Akt, I. & II. Scene. 
David und Jonathan werden Freunde. IV. Akt,. 
III. Scene. Saul's Wahnsinn. [Hebrew.] (In: 
Martinet (A.) Tiferet Yisrael. Bamberg, 1837. 
8°. p. 261-267.) 

Comp. H. Graetz, Geschichte der Juden, v. u, p. 219; and 
A. J. Paperna, Ha- Drama (1867), p. 12-16. 

71. Heavysege (Charles). Saul: a drama, \n 
three parts. A new and rev. ed. Bostotz: Fieldsy 
Osgood &= Co., 1869. 436, 5 p. 12°. 

New York : Lovell Print 6^ Pid>. Co. „ 

1S76. 436, 5 p. 12°. 

Koenig(Eberhard). Konig Saul. Trauer- 
Berlin: H. Costenoble, 1903. 3 p.l., 166 p. 


72a. Lamartine (Alphonse Marie Louise de 
Prat de). Saiil; tragedie [en cinq actes eten vers, 
inedite]. Precede d'une notice par C.-A. Sainte- 
Beuve. Paris: C. Levy, 1879. 2 p.l., 210 p. 8°. 

73. Rueckert (Friedrich). Saul und David. 
Ein Drama der heiligen Geschichte [in 5 acts and 
in verse]. Vorspiel: Saul's Erwahlung [in 3 acts 
and in verse]. [1843.] (In his: Gesammelte poe- 
tische Werke. v. 9, p. 3-218. P'rankfurt a. M.^ 
1869. 12°. ) 

74. Storrs (Lewis A.) The tragedy of Saul. . . 
Nezv York: G. W. Dillingham Co. [1904. j 124 p. 

75. Voltaire. Saul, drame [in five acts], 
traduit de I'anglais de M. Hut. [1763.] (In his: 
Oeuvres completes, v. 46, p. 315-363. \Kehl,'\ 
1785. 8°.) 

(In his : Oeuvres completes, v, 9, 

223-284. Paris, 1829. 8°.) 



PicoT (Emile). Les pieces modernes. .. dont. .. 
[Jonathas] est I'heros. (In: Mistere du Viel Testa- 
ment, public par le baron James de Rothschild. 
V. 4, p. xlviij-lii). Paris, 1882. 8°. J 
12 titles. 

76. Duch^ de Vancy (Joseph Fran9ois). H 
Gionata, tragedie [in three acts]. Tradotta dal 
Francese da L. B. G. (In: Teatro ebraico. v. 2, 
p. 111-166. Veuezia, 1751. 8°.) 


PicOT (E.mile). La liste des compositions dra- 
matiques tirees de I'histoire de David. (In: Mistere 
du Viel Testament, public par le baron James de 
Rothschild, v. 4, p. Ivij-xcij. Paris, 18S2. 8°.) 

97 titles. 

77. Eppelberg (W. H.) David in derWliste 
Oder Goliath ha-Plisohti. Historische Operetta in 
5 Akten mit 12 Bilder. [Judeo-German.] War- 
saw: J. Alapin, 18SS. 64 p. 8°. 

78. Klopstock (Friedrich Gottlieb). David. 
Ein Trauerspiel [in 5 acts]. Leipzig: G. J. 
Goschen, 1806. 166 p. 8°. (In his: Werke. v. 10.) 

79. More (Hannah). David and Goliath. A 
sacred drama, in five parts. (In her : Sacred 
drama. Boston, 1811. 16°. p. 31-71.) 

(In her: Works, v. i, p. 82-92. New 

York, 1852. 8°. 

80. Scarselli (Flaminio). II Davidde peni- 
tente. [A tragedy in five acts and in verse.] (In: 
Teatro ebraico. v. 3, p. 105-176. Veuezia, i-]<^2. 

81. Wilkinson (Florence). Two plays of 
Israel : David of Bethlehem, Mary Magdalen. New 

York: McClure, Phillips dr= Co., 1904. 2 p. 1., 
233 p. 12°. 

Uriah the Hittite. 

8ia. Lebensohn (Abraham Dob Baer). Uriah 
u- Bat Sheba. . .(In his Shire Sefat Kodesh. v. 2, 
p. 9S-104. Wilna, 1869. 16°. ) 

Same. (In: Lebensohn (A. D. B)& Leben- 
sohn (M. J.) Col Shire A. D. M. u- M. J. C. L. 
v, I, pt. 2, p. 98-104. Wilna, 1895. 12°.) 

Amnon and Tamar. 

PicOT (Emile). Episode d' Amnon et de Thamar. 
(In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public par le baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 4, p. xciij-xcv. Paris, 
1882. 8°.) 
8 titles. 

82. Friede (Hans). Siinde. Drama in dre 
Aufzligen von H. Friede (Jerta Schultz). Stutt- 
gart: Strecker dr" Schroder, 1905. 51 p. 16°. 

83. Margulies or Margolis (Aaron) . Semel 
ha-Ahabahweha-Kinah. . . [A tragedy in 4 acts and 
in prose; with a preface by the publisher, Abraham 
Zuckermann at Warsaw. Hebrew.] Wien: G. 
Brog dr' P. Smolensky, i?>']t. 70 p. 12°. 

With the author's autograph dedication to Leon Mandel- 

German title : Liebe und Eifersucht. Tragodie in vier 
Acten. Nach der Bibel. Von A. Margulies. 


PicoT (Emile). Episode d'Absalon. (In: Mis- 
tere du Viel Testament, public par le baron James 
de Rothschild, v. 4, p. xcv-cv. Paris, i%?,2. 8°.) 

28 titles. 

84. Bank (Joshua). Tebusat Absalom. [A 
tragedy in 30 scenes and in verse; together with 
other poetic miscellany. Hebrew. 2. ed., enlarged.] 
Odessa: L. /Vitsche, l8-jS. 1 18 p. 8°. 

The drama is on p. 1-39. 

85. Calderon de la Barca (Pedro). Los cabel- 
los de Absalon. (In his: Obras dramaticas. v. 5, 
p. 105-155. n.p., n. d. 4^) 

(In his: Comedias. v. 8, p. 105-155. A/a- 

drid, 1726. 8°.) 

(In his: Comedias. v. 4, p. 193-217. Leip- 

siqtie, 1830. 4°.) 

(In: Biblioteca de autores espanoles. v. g, 

p. 421-441. Madrid, 1851. 4°.) 

Die Locken Absalons. Bruchstiick einer 

ijbersetzung. (In: Schlegel(A. W. von). Spanisches 
Theater, v. i,p. 307-322. Leipzig, 1845. 16°. ) 

86. Duch^ de Vancy (Joseph Fran9ois). 
L'Assalonne, tragedia [in five acts]. Tradotta dal 
Francese da L. B. G. (In: Teatro ebraico. v. 2, 
p. 237-320. Venezia, 1751. S°.) 

87. Sachs (Hans). Ein tragedi, mit vierzehen 
personen zu agieren, der auffrhurische Absolom mit 
seinem vatter, konig David, hat fiinff actus. (In 
his: [Werke]. Hrsg. von A. von Keller, v. 6, 
p. 86-111. Tubingen, 1872. 8°. (Litterarischer 
Verein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. v. no.) 

88. Vondel (Joost van den). Koning David 
in ballingschap. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. 
(In his: Dichterlijke werken. v. 2, p. 317-410. 
Amsterdatn, 1820. 24°.) 

89. Koning David herstelt. Treurspel [in 

5 acts and in verse]. {Ibid. v. 3, p. 3-86.) 

90. Vondel (Joost van den). De gebroeders. 
Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In his: Dich- 
terlijke werken. v. 3, p. 87-180. Amsterdam, 
1820. 24°.) 


PiCOT (Emile) . Les compositions dramatiques 
tirees de I'histoires d'Adonia^. (In: Mistere du 
Viel Testament, public par le baron James de 
Rothschild, v. 4, p. cviij-c.xj. Paris, 1882. 8". 

5 titles. 

91. Vondel (Joost van den). Adonias of ramp- 
zalige kroonzucht. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in 
versej. (In: his Dichterlijke werken. v. 3, p. 181- 
270. Amsterdam, 1820. 24°.) 


PicOT (Emile) . Les pieces tirees de I'histoire de 
Salomon. (In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public 
par le Baron James de Rothschild, v. 4, p. cxx- 
cxxxvj. Paris, 1882. 8°.) 

43 titles. 

92. Armstrong (George Francis). The tra- 
gedy of Israel, [pt. 3-] King Solomon. Londoti: 
Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1876. 2 p. 1., 
240 p., I 1. 16°, 



93. Calderon de la Barca (Pedro). La sibila 
del Oriente, y gran reyna de Saba. (In his: Come- 
dias. V. 5, p. 328-363. Madrid, 1730. S°.) 

Founded on his auto entitled: " El Arbol de la Viaa." 

(In his: Comedias. v. 3, p. 200-218. Leip- 

siqtie, 1829. 4°.) 

(In: Bibliotecadeautoresespafioles. v. 14, 

p. 199-212. Madrid, 1850. 4°.j 

94. Heyse (Paul). Sulamith. [Or the wisdom 
of Solomon. A drama in 5 acts. Translated into 
Hebrew by Samuel Loeb Gordon.] Warsa-w: 
'' Ttisckijah" i2ic)b. 114 p. 12°. 

95. Horo'witz (Moses). Schelomoh ha-Melech; 
Oder, die Liebe von Schir ha-Schirim. [Judeo- 
German.] {iVew York, 1893.] i p. 1., 36 f. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

[Ski.ikovitsch (George).] Prinz un Pastuch. 
Schelomoh ha-Melech in Thalia Theater. A Blattil 
idische Geschichte. [Judeo-German.] Signed : 
Astheticus.] (Arbeiter Zeitung. v. i, nos. 37-39, 
41. iVe7i> York, 1890. f°.) 

96. Keim (Franz). Schoschanah, oder Aha- 
bath Schilomoh. A Tragodie in 5 Akten un 10 
Bilder. Nach'n Deutschen ubersetzt und bearbeitet 
vun Benedi.x Ben-Lion. [Judeo-German.] \_Odessa,'\ 
1883. 44 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

97. Klopstock(Friedrich Gottlieb). Salomo. 
Ein Trauerspiel [in 5 acts]. Leipzig: G.J. Goschen, 
1806. 192 p. 8". (In: his Werke. v. 9.) 

MAcHAL (Jan). O dvou ceskych Komediich 
biblickych z xvi. stoleti. V Praze, 1902. 14 p. 
8°. (Kon.-bohm. Gesellsch. d. Wissensch. Classe 
f. Philos. Gesch. u. Philol. Sitzungsb. 1902, no. 2. 
Prag, 1903.) 

On the two Bohemian dramas of the i6th century treating of 
Solomon and Elisha. 

98. Sachs (Hans). Ein comedi, mit acht per- 
sonen zu recidiren, juditium Salomonis. (In his: 
[Werke]. Hrsg. von A. von Keller. Tubingen, 
1872. 8°. V. 6, p. 1 12-136. (Litterarischer Ve- 
rein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. v. no.) 

(In his: Werke. Hrsg. von Dr. Ar- 
nold. Berlin u Stuttgart [1S84]. 12°. v. 2, 
p. 144-16S. (Deutsche National-Litteratur. v. 21.) 

99. Vondel (Joostvanden). Salomon. Treur- 
spel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In his: Dichterlijke 
werken. v. 3, p. 271-361. Amsterdam, 1S20. 24°.) 

Song of Solomon. 

100. Coutts (Francis). The song of songs. 
A lyrical folk-play of the ancient Hebrews arranged 
in seven scenes. With illustrations by Henry Os- 
povat. London: J. Lane, iqob. 67 p., 6 pi. sq. 24°. 

loi. Hille (Peter). Hirtenliebe. Biblische 
Szene. (In: Ost und West. v. i, col. 611-618. 
Berlin, 1901. f°.) 

102. Horo'vritz (S.) Das Hohe-Lied. Das 
alteste dramatische Gedicht aus dem Morgenlande, 
nach einer neuen Eintheilung des Textes metrisch 
ubersetzt und mit erklarenden Anmerkungen ver- 
sehen von S. Horowitz. IVien : C. Ceroid' s Sohn, 
1863. xviii, (i), 48 p. 12°. 

103. Rabener (Mattathiah Simchah). Sula- 
mit; oder, Das Hohe-Lied Salomo's, als ein drama- 
tisches Singspiel dargestellt. . .nebst ebraischem 

Urtexte . . ./ajjy.- H. Goldner, 1880. 2 p.l., viii, 
22; xiv, 22 p. 8°. 
Te.\t also in Hebrew. 

"Song of Songs" (The) as a poetic drama. 
(Current literature, v. 40, p. 629-630. N^e-v York, 
1906. 8°.) 


104. Schleyer (Johann Martin). Elias, der 
Prophet. Biblisches Drama in 5 Aufzugen . . [and 
in verse.] Konstanz: Verlag des Weltsprache-Zen- 
tralbiiro's, 1891. 74 p. 8°. 


105. Sachs (Hans). Comedia mit 6 personen, 
das witfrewlin mit dem olkrug, und hat drey actus. 
(In his: Werke. Hrsg. von Dr. Arnold. Berlin u. 
Stuttgart{i'i>'$>j^'\. 12". v. 2, p. 376-391. (Deutsche 
National-Litteratur. v. 21.) 

MAcHAL (Jan). O dvou ceskych Komediich 
biblickych z xvi. stoleti. V Praze, 1902. 14 p. 
8°. (Kon.-bohm. Gesellsch. d. Wissensch. Classe 
f. Philos. Gesch. u. Philol. Sitzungsb. 1902, no. 2. 
Prag, 1903.) 

On the two Bohemian sixteenth-century dramas treating of 
Solomon and Elisha. 


106. Giupponi (Daniele). Geu, tragedia [in 
five acts]. (In: Teatro ebraico. v. 3, p. 177-258. 
Venezia,ijs^. 8°.) 


107. Franco Mendes (David Ben Abraham). 
Gemul Athaliah. . . [Athaliah's retribution. A drama 
in 3 acts and in verse; adapted from Racine's Atha- 
lie and Metastasio's Gioas. With the approbations 
of Solomon Salem, rabbi of the Sephardim at Am- 
sterdam, and of Saul Loewenstamm, rabbi of the 
Ashkenazim there, and the eulogies of Simchah 
Calimani, rabbi at Venice, Abraham Ximenes Pere- 
ira, Samuel Baruch Benavente, Mordecai Tama, 
and Isaac ha-Cohen Belinfante, who read the proofs, 
the latter all at Amsterdam. Hebrew.] Amster- 
dam: G.J. /anson, i~~o. 7 p.l., 5-37 f., I 1. 12°, 

Comp. the commendatory letter of Salomon Jacob Cohen at 
the beginning of " Geza Vishai," M. Letteris's free Hebrew 
translation of Racine's Athalie (which see), in which he ex- 
presses his preference for the latter work on account of the 
greater freedom which Letteris used in following the original. 

Gemul Athaliah. . .[3. ed., reprinted 

from the first ed. ; with notes by David Slucki.] 
IVarsaza: S. D. Zvsberg &f Komp., i860. 2 p.l., 
66 p., I 1. 8°. 
With the approbations, but without the eulogies. 

loS. Horowitz (Moses). Athaliah oder die 
Kronung von Konig Joas. Biblischer Schauspiel 
in 4 Akten. [Judeo-German.] Krakau: A. Faust, 
Podgdrre [printed], ic)02,. 30 P- S°. 

109. Metastasio (Pietro Antonio Domenico 
Bonaventura). Gioas re di Giuda. Azione sacra 
...1735. (In his: Opere. v. 6, p. 265-310. Lon- 
dra, 1782. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere. v. 7, p. 265-310. Man- 

tova, 1817. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere scelte. v. 5, p. 149-iSr. 

Milano, 1820. 8°.) 

(In his: Opere dramraatiche. v. 14, 

p. 185-223. Milano, 1824. 32''.) 



no. Racine (Jean Baptiste). Athalie.^Trage- 
die [in 5 acts, and in verse], tiree de lEcriture 
Sainte, 1691. (In his: Q'",uvres completes, v. 4, 
p. 107-246. Paris, 1S22. 8°.) 

Same. (In his CEuvres. v. 3, p. 549- 

705. Paris, 1865. 8°.) 

Comp. his Remarques sur Athalie, ibid. v. 5, p. 205-212. 
For bibliography see v. 7, p. 386-389. 

Trollope (Henry M.) Athalie. (Inhis:Cor- 
neille and Racine. Ediiibiigh, I'Si'&i. 12°. 
p. 193-214. (Foreign classics for English 
readers. Edited by Mrs. Oliphant.) 
Geza Yishai. .. [Athalie freely trans- 
lated into Hebrew verse by Meir Lettcris. With 
commendatory letters by Salomon Jacob Cohen and 
Solomom Loeb Rapoport.] IVien: A. Edler von 
Schmid, 1S35. ,xvi, 144 p. 12°. 

L'Attalia, tragedia. Tradotta in vers! 

italiani dal Padre Bonifacio Collina. (In: Teatro 
ebraico. v. i, p. 73-174. Venezia, 1751. 8°.) 


111. Ritchie (John). The life of Jonah, the 
prophet. [A dramatic poem.] London: Partridge 
df Co. [1872.] 48 p. 12°. 

Ahab, Jezebel, Naboth, 

112. Cohen (Salomon Jacob). Maaseh Nabot 
ha-Yizreeli. [A drama in 2 acts. Hebrew and 
German.] (In his: Mattae Kedem. Frankftirt 
a. M., 1807. 12°. p. 83-156.) 

Ahaz, Hezekiah. 


113. Terr (Jacob). [Amnon we-Thamar.] Der 
Fiirst vun Jerusalem un der Passtuch vun Bethle- 
chem. Ein Tragi-Komodie in 5 Akten un 12 
Bilder. [Judeo-German.] Rostov on the Don, 1883. 
91 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

An adaptation of A. Mapu's " Ahabat Zion." 

Amnon we-Thamar. n. t.-p. [New 

York, 1890.] 74 p. sq. 8°. 
MS. German cursive characters. 

114. Fischmann (Nachman Isaac). Kesher 
Shebna. . . [A drama in 5 acts and in verse. With 
a dedicatory poem to Sir Moses Montefiore. 
Hebrew.] Lemberg: S. Stricks &■ J. Rohatin, 
1870. 3 p.l., X, 145 p., 2 1. 12°. 

Comp. Aaron Dornzweig in Ha-Shachar, v. 2, p. 127-128. 
Wien, 1871. 8°. 


Middle of 7th Century, B. C. 

115. Granelli (Giovanni). Manasse, re di 
Giuda. Tragedia [in five acts]. (In : Teatro ebraico. 
V. I, p. 273-368. Venezia, 1751. 8°.) 

Jeremiah, Zedekiah. 

116. Granelli (Giovanni). Sedecia, ultimo re 
di Giuda, ^tragedia [in five acts]. (In: Teatro ebraico. 
V. I, p. 175-272. Venezia, 1751. 8°.) 

117. Levi (David). II profeta ; o, La passione 
di un popolo. Dramma. Torino: Soc. Tipograjica 
Editrice, 1866. Ixxxiv, 374 p. 8°, 

Gener.\l Works. 
Abrahams (Israel). The Purim play and the 
drama in Hebrew. (In his: Jewish life in the Mid- 
dle Ages. London, 1896. 8°. p. 260-272.) 

Queen Esther on the English stage. (I n his : 

Festival studies. London, 1906. 12°. p. 124-131.) 

Geiger (Ludwig). Der Estherstoff in der neuen 
Litteratur. (Ost und West. v. i, col. 27-34, 101- 
IIO. Berlin, 190 1. 4°.) 

Lipsky (Louis). The Purim plays. (In New 
Era. v. 6, p. 385-387. Nezu York, 1905. 8\ 

Picot (Kmile). Les auvres principales auquelles 
... [I'histoire d'Esther] a donne naissance. (In: 
Mistere du Viel Testament, public par le baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 6, p. xiij-lxiij. Paris, 
1891, 8°.) 

109 titles. 

Steinschneider (M.) Dramen. (In his ar- 
ticle "Purim und Parodie," in Monatschrift f. 
Gesch. u. Wissenschaft d. Judenthums. v. 47, p. 
84-89, 169-70; v. 48, p. 242-243. Breslau, 1903- 
04. 8°.) 

Individual Plays. 

118. ...Ahasverus Spiel. Ein schon neu 
Ahasverus Spiel . . . mit . . . Klag Liedern. . .1708. 
[Judeo-German. Anon.] (In: Schudt(J. J.) Jlidische 
Merckwurdigkeiten. pt. 3, p. 202-225. Franck- 
furt, 1714. 4°.) 

Comp. ibid. pt. 2, section 2, p. 316 ; and M. Steinschneider 
in Monatschrift f. Gesch. u. Wissenschaft d. Judenthums, v. 
47 (1903)1 P- 86. 

119. Cohn (Herman). Der Barbier von Schu- 
schan. Parodistisches Purimspiel mit Gesang in 
fiinf Akten. Mit einem Noten-Anhang. Frank- 
ftirt a. M.: J. Kauffniann, 1894. 59, (i), 24 p. 8°. 

120. Esther ha-Malkoh oder Haman's Mapoloh. 
Eine historische Drama in drei Akten. [Anon. 
Judeo-German. n. p. 1890?] i p.l., 51 p. sq. 8°. 

MS. German cursive characters. 

121. Gitelewicz (Gedaliah). Hadassah o Or 
Chadash. . . [A drama in 12 acts. Hebrew.] War- 
saw: A. Gins, 1875. xxi, (3), 132, (2) p. 12°. 

122. Goldfaden (Abraham). Theater von 
Konig Achaswerosch oder Konigin Esther. Bib- 
lische Operetten in 5 Akten und 15 Bilderen. Letn- 
berg: M. Necheles, 1890. 56 p. 8°. 

Konig Achaswerosch... New York: B. 

Rabinoivitz \i()OoT\. 48 p. 12°. 

123. Goldschmidt (William). Hadassah, or 
the Persian queen. Operetta in three acts. Music 
by Sigmund Sabel. n. p., cop. 1891. 35 p. 8°. 

124. Grillparzer (Franz). Aus einem unvol- 
lendeten Drama Esther. (In his: Samtliche Werke. 
V. 6, p. 269-309. Stuttgart, 1872. 12°. ) 

Esther. Drama in fiinf Aufziigen. F- 

Grillparzers Fragment erganzt von R. Krauss. 
Stuttgart: JMuthscheVerlagshandlung, 1903. iiip. 

LuBLiNSKi (S.) Grillparzers "Esther" und 
" Rahel von Toledo." (In his: Judische Charaktere 
bei Grillparzer, Hebbel und Otto Ludwig. .. .ff^r- 
lin, 1899. 120 p. 12°. p. 97-120.) 

125. Herz (Joseph). Esther oder die belohnte 
Tugend. Eine Posse in vier Abschnitten, in jiidisch- 



deutscher Mundart. Filrth: M. Zirndorfei-, 1827. 
2 p.L, 92 p. 16°. 

Esther... 2. Aufl. Hrsg. von M. Miiller. 

Wien : A. Edler v. Schmid, 1849. 105 (i) p., 

I pi. 16°. 

Esther. . . nebst einigen noch nicht ge- 

druckten Gedichten. 2. \_sic\ vermehrte Aufl. 
Fiirth: F. B. Gusdorfer, 1854. 2 p.L, 12S p. 24°. 

126. Jacobson (Janie). A maid of Persia. A 
Purim play in four acts. \_New Yorli\ 1905. 14 p. 

127. Leibson (Jacob J.) Too much Haman- 
A Purim comedy. Ne'w York: Block Pub. Co. 
[cop. 1903.] 13 p. S°. 

1 28. [Levy] (Clifton Harby). Ilaman and 
Mordecai, a Purim-play, in five acts. Cincuinati : 
Block Pub. Co., 1 886. 21 p. 12°. 

129. Manzoni (Francesca). L'Ester, tragedia 
[in five acts]. (In: Teatro ebraico. v. 2, p. 5-110. 
Venezia, 1751. 8°.) 

130. Mendes (Henry Pereira). Esther: a 
Purim play. N'eiu York: P. Cowen, 1899. 23 p. 

Repr.: Amer. Hebrew. 

131. Moses {Mrs. Annie Jonas). Esther. A 
drama in five acts. Cincinnati: Block Pub. Co., 
1887. 27 p. 8°. 

132. Ochs (Julius). The Megilla; or, The 
story of Esther: an operatic medley. Cincinnati: 
Block Pub. Co. [190-?] 32 p. nar. 12°. 

133. Polack (Elizabeth). Esther, the royal 
Jewess; or. The death of Haman ! An historical 
drama in three acts. Londo7i: S. Frcnck [18- ]. 
30 p., I pi. 12°. (French's Acting edition. 

v. I2Q.) 

134. Racine (Jean Baptiste). Esther, tragedie 
[in 3 acts, and in verse] tiree de I'Ecriture Sainte, 
1689. (In his: Q^uvres completes, v. 4, p. 1-105. 
Paris, 1822. 8°.) 

(In his: CEuvres. v. 3, p. 399-547- 

Paris, 1S65. 8°.) 

For bibliography see v. 7 (1870), p. 384-3S6. 

L'Ester, tragedia del Racine, tratta dalla 

Sacra Scrittura. Tradotta in versi toscani dal. . . 
Bonifacio Collina. . .(In: Teatro ebraico. v. 3, 
P- 259-334- Venezia, 1752. 8°.) 

135. Rapoport (Solomon Loeb). Sheerit Ye- 
hudah. . .[A drama in 4 acts and in verse; partly 
translated from Racine's Esther. Hebrew.] Wien: 
A. Edler V. Sckmid, 1827. 84 p. 12°. 

Repr.: Biccure ha-Ittim, v. 8. 

136. Rosee (Adolphe). Esther und Ilaman. 
Ein Purim-Lustspiel in einem Aufzuge. IVien : 
J. Schlesinger, 1S84. 32 p. 12°. 

137. Sachs (Hans). Comedia. Die gantze 
hystori der Hester zu recediren, hat xiij person 
unnd drey actus. [In verse.] (In his: [Werke]. 
Hrsg. von A. von Keller, v. i, p. iir-113. /«- 
bingen, li-jo. 8°. (Litterarischer Verein in Stutt- 
gart. Bibliothek. v. 102.) 

Abrahams (Israel). Hans Sachs' "Esther." 
(In his : Festival studies. London, 1906. 12°. 
p. 132-13S.) 

A sacred drama. 
36 p. (In: P. 

1 38. Willner (Wolff). The book of Esther 
dramatized. . . Cincinnati: Amer. Heb. Pub. House, 
1892. 32 p. 8°. 

Daniel, Babylon. 
PicOT (Emile). Les compositions dramatiques 
dont le sujet a ete emprunte au livre de Daniel. 
(In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public par le baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 5, p. Ij-lxvj. Paris, 
1SS5. 8°.) 
41 titles. 

139. Daniel in the lions' den. 
In five acts. London [1871 ?]. 
Three plays... For male characters only. Trans- 
lated from the French . . By Br. P. London [1871 ?]. 


140. Ermite (L') de la Rue Gauvin. Daniel. 
Tragedie. Le Majis: Leguickeux Gallienne, i86g. 
36 p. 16°. 

141. Lateiner (Joseph). Daniel in den Low- 
engrube. I5iblisch Oper in 4 Akten und 10 Bilder. 
[Judeo-German.] A^ewYork\\Z<^-l\. 33 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

142. Milman (Henry Hart). Belshazzar [dra- 
matic poem]. (In his: Poetical works, v. i, 
p. 239-357. London, 1839. 1^°-) 

143. More (Hannah). Belshazzar. A sacred 
drama, in three parts. (In her: Sacred dramas. 
Boston, 1811. 16°. p. 73-106.) 

(In her: Works, v. I, p. 92-101. Netv 

York, 1852. 8°.) 

144. Daniel. A sacred drama, in seven 

parts. (In her: Sacred Dramas. Boston, 1811. 
16°. p. 107-13S.) 

(In her: Works, v. i, p. 101-109. 

Neiu York, 1852. S°.) 

145. Sanseverino (Carlo). Ciroin Babilonia, 
tragedia [in five acts]. (In: Teatro ebraico. v. 3, 
p. 5-104. Venezia, I'JS^. 8°.) 

Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah. 
PicoT (Emile). Les pieces qui ont pour sujet 
I'histoire des trois jeunes gens jetees dans la four- 
naise. (In: Mistere du Viel Testament, public par 
le baron James de Rothschild, v. 5, p. Ij-lij. 
Paris, 1885. 8°.) 

PicoT (Emilk). Histoire de Susanne. (In : 
Mistere du Viel Testament, public par le baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 5, p. Ixvj-cxj. Paris, 
1885. 8°.) 
79 titles, aside from editions and translations. 

PiLGER (Robert). Die Dramatisirungen der 
Susanna im 16. Jahrhundert. Ein Beitrag zur 
Entwicklungsgeschichte des deutschen Dramas. 
(Zeitsch. f. deutsche Philologie. v. 11, p. 129- 
217. 7/alle, 18S0. 8°.) 

Babylonian Exile and the Return. 

146. Gamsu (Judah Loeb). Ezra o Shibat 
Zion. [A drama in 5 acts and a prologue, and in 
verse. Hebrew.] A'yzehin: Wenger, 1S98. i p.l., 
95 (I) P- 8°. 

Reviewed by S. Schub in Ha-Mcliz. v. 39, nos. 7, 19, 20, 
III, 141. St. Petersburg, 1899. f"^. Comp. the author's 
replies ibid. nos. 43, 49, 127. 



^ 147. Lilienblum (Moses Loeb). Serubabel 
Oder Schibath-Zion. A dramain 5 akten. [Judeo- 
German.] Odessa: Odesski Vyestnik, 1887. 55 p. 

148. West (Emma Elise). The drama of the 
Babylonian captivity. Arranged as a dramatic 
reading. (In: Werner's magazine, v. 24, p. 592- 
597. Nerv York, 1900. 8°.) 


PicoT (Emile). Liste des pieces anciennes et 
modernes dont I'histoire de Job a fourni le sujet. 
(In: Mistere du Viel Testament public parle baron 
James de Rothschild, v. 5, p. iij-.\ij, clv-clvj. 
Paris, 1885. 8°.) 

16 titles. 

149. Sachs (Hans). Ein comedi mit neunzehn 
Personen, der Hiob, und hat 5 actus. (In his: 
[Werke]. Hrsg. von A. von Keller, v. 6, p. 29- 
55. Tubingen, 1S72. 8°. (Litterarischer Verein 
in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. v. no.) 

PicOT (Emile). Les pieces don't I'episode de 
Tobie a fourni le sujet. (In: Mistere du Viel Tes- 
tament, public par le baron James de Rothschild. 
V. 5, p. xvij-.xlvj, clvj. Paris, 1SS5. S°.) 
50 titles. 

150. Sachs (Hans). Comedia. Die gantz his- 
tori Tobie mit seinem sun, hat xiiij person und 
V actus. (In his: Werke. Hrsg. von A. von Kel- 
ler. V. I, p. 134-162. Tubingen, 1870. 8°. 
Litterarischer Verein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. 
V. 102.) 


PicoT (Emile). Les pieces tirees de I'histoire 
de Judith que possedent les diverses litteratures 
■europecnnes. (In : Mistere du Viel Testament, 
public par le baron James de Rothschild, v. 5, 
p. cxix-cliv. Paris, 1885. 8°.) 

93 titles. 

151. Aldrich (Thomas Bailey). Judith of 
Bethulia: a tragedy. Boston: Houghton,\Mifflin dr" 
€0., 1904. 4 p.L, 98 p., I port. 8°. 

152. Hebbel (Friedrich). Judith. Eine Tra- 
godie in flinf Acten. . .(In his; Samtliche Werke. 
[i. Abt.] Bd. I, p. i.K-xxviii, 1-81,395-398, 409- 
431. Berlin, 1901. 8°.) 

First produced at Berlin, July 6, 1840. 

Judith. . . [Translated into Hebrew by S. L. 

Gordon.] Warsaw: '' Tuschijah" 1900. 77 P- 

LuBLiNSKi (S.) Hebbels Judith. (In his : 
Judische Charaktere bei Grillparzer, Hebbel und 
Otto Ludwig. . ..5^r/£«, 1899. 12°. p. 5-25.) 

Schmidt (Heinrich JuHan). [Hebbel's Judith.] 
<In his: Geschichte der deutschen Literatur seit 
Lessing's Tod. v. 3, p. 333-335. Leipzig, 1867. 8°.) 

153. Lerner (Joseph Judah). Judith. A his- 
torisch drama in 4 akten un 5 Bilder. [Judeo- 
German.] Warsaio: J. Alapin, \'i>'i>'i>. 46 p. 12°. 

154. Metastasio (Pietro Antonio Domenico 
Bonaventura). Betulia liberata. Azione sacra. . . 
1734. (In his: Opere. v. 6, p. 311-352. Londra, 
1782. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere. v. 6, p. 309-349. 

Mantova, 1817. 16°. ) 

(In his: Opere scelte. v. 5, p. 117- 

147. Milatto, 1820. 8°.) 

(In his: Opere drammatiche. v. 14, 

p. 149-184. Milano, 1824. 32°.) 

Teshuat Yisrael Bide Yehudit. . .[Be- 
tulia liberata, translated into Hebrew verse by David 
Franco Mendes. With the approbations of Daniel 
Cohen d'Azvedo, rabbi of the Sephardim at Amster- 
dam, and of the leaders of the Ashkenazic commu- 
nity there (signed: Loeb Minden), and with eulogies 
by Chayyim Dinger and David ben Raphael Mel- 
dola of Amsterdam.] Rocdellieim: W. Heidenheim 
&> B. M. Baschwitz, 1804. 12 p.L, 26 f°. 12°. 

The author's preface is dated 5551 [1791], the approbation 
and eulogies, 5552 [1792]. 

Teshuat Yisrael Bide Yehudit. . .[The 

same, with a German translation, in Hebrew char- 
acters, by Judah ben judah Loeb Rosenthal. Am- 
sterdamf. i^- '] 2 p.l, 58 (l) f. 8°. 

Ms. (translator's autograph). German cursive characters. 
Dedicated to Hirsch Pinto. 

155. Sachs (Hans). Ein comedi, mit 16 Per- 
sonen zu recidiren, die Judith, unnd hat flinf actus. 
(In his: [Werke]. Hrsg. von A. von Keller, 
v. 6, p. 56-85. Tubingen, 1872. 8°. Littera- 
rischer Verein in Stuttgart. Bibliothek. v. no.) 

[Beauvallet (Leon and Frantz). Israel, a 
French tragedy in 5 acts and in prose.] 

Lapommeraye (Henri de). Israel, drame bib' 
lique. (Univers israe'lite. v. 35, p. 245-247. 
Paris, 18S0. 8°.) 


156. Bliden. Ha-Chashmonaim. [A play in 
5 acts, dramatized from Isaac M. Wise's novel. 
The first of the Maccabees, by Dr. Bliden. Trans- 
lated into Hebrew by I. Epstein. Jerusalem 
[printed]: Ecole de Filles de Saffed, 1893. Ill p., 
I 1. 16°. 

French title: Les Asmoneens, drame en cinque actes, en 
prose, tire du roraan The first of the Maccabees de Isaac M. 
Wise par M. le docteur Bliden. Traduction par I. Epstein. 

157. Calderon de la Barca (Pedro). Judas 
Macabeo [in three acts.] 20 f. (In his: Obras 
dramaticas. v. i. n. p., n. d. 4.) 

(In his: Comedias. v. 2, p. 101-140. 

Madrid, 1726. 8°.) 

(In his: Comedias. v. i, p. 332-352. 

Leipsique, 1827. 4°.) 

(In: Biblioteca de autores espafioles. 

V. 7, p. 311-327. Madrid, 1851. 4°.) 

158. Houdart de la Motte (Antoine). I 
Macabei, tragedia [in five acts]. (In: Teatro ebraico. 
v. 2, p. 167-2,36. Venezia, 1 75 1. 8°. 

159. Jacobson (Janie). For liberty. A Cha- 
nucah play in four acts. n. t.-p. {New York: 
S/eUiner Bros.,] cop. igos. 16 p. nar. 8°. 

160. Lerner (Joseph Judah). Chanuka. A 
historische drama in 4 akten in 7 bilder. _ [Judeo- 
German.] Warsaw: JSatimritter d^ Gojisior, 1889. 
54 p. 12°. 

161. Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth). Judas 
Maccabaeus. (In his : Poetical works, v. 6, 
p. 9-44. Boston, 1891. 16°. ) 

Yuda Makkavei. Drama. [Translated into 

Russian by P. Weinberg.] (In : Yevreiskaya Bibli- 
oteka. v. 5, p. i-33- St. Petersburg, 1875. 8 . 



162. Ludwig (Otto). Die Makkabiier. Trauer- 
spiel in fiinf Akten. (In his: Gesammelte Schrif- 
ten. V. 3, p. 2S7-423. Leipzig, 1S91. 12°. ) 

Die Makkabaer oder Jehuda ha-Makkabi. 

An istorische Tragodie in 5 Aktn und 8 Kartines. 
Ubersetzt vinem Deutschen vin O. Ludwig und 
baarbeitet far der judischer Biihne vin Benedix 
Ben-Zion. [Judeo-German.] \0dessa,'\\%%2. ip.l., 
loi p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Szenen aus der Dichtung: Die IMakkabaerin. 

(In his: Gesammelte Schriften. v. 3, p. 424-456. 
Leipzig, 1891. 12°. ) 

LuBLiNSKi(S.) Otto Ludwig's Makkabaer. (In 
his: Judische Charaktere bei Griliparzer, Hebbel 
und Otto Ludwig. Berlin, 1899. 12°. p. 61-95.) 

Schmidt (Heinrich Julian). [Ludwig's Makka- 
baer.] (In his: Bilderaus dem geistigen Leben un- 
serer Zeit. v. 4, p. 179-185. Leipzig, 1875. 8°.) 

163. Mendes (Henry Pereira). Judas Macca- 
baeus. A Chanuka play for Sunday school children. 
Neiu York: P. Cowen, 1S98. 19 p. 16°. 

164. Stein (Leopold). Die Hasmonaer. Drama 
in fiinf Acten. Prag : J. B. Bratideis [1897?]. 
141 p. 24°. (Jlidische Universal-Bibliothek. 39.) 

165. Lateiner (Joseph). Iseho Roo (Die 
schlechte Frau). Operette in 4 Akten. [Judeo- 
German.] Lernberg: B. JMiink, Podgdrze [pritUed], 
1904. 71 p. S°. 

Alexander Jannreus. 
106 B. C. 

166. Landau (Judah Leo). Dam tachat Dam. 
A tragedy in 5 acts. Edited with an introduction 

by Jacob Samuel Fuchs. Hebrew.] Krakau : J. 
Fischer, 1897. xiv, 160 p. 16°. 

167. Terr (Jacob). Alexander Jannai der ver- 
stossene Prinz. Historische Opera in 4 Akten und 
9 Bilder. [Judeo-German.] New York, \i,<^Z. i p.l., 
64 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive cliaracters. 

168. Kether Malchuth oder Ketten und 

Kronen. Historische Opera in 4 Akten. Neto 

York, 1899. 3 P-1-. 73 P- sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive cliaracters. The same as the preced- 

i6g. Horowitz (Moses). Bath Cohen; oder der 
Mishpat vor Alexandra ha-Malkah... Historische 
Oper in 4 Akten — 6 Tablohn. [Judeo-German.] 
\^New York, 189-] 34 1. sq. 8°. 
Ms. German'cursive characters. 


170. Calderon de la Barca (Pedro). El 
mayor monstruo los zelos, y Tetrarca de Jerusalem 
[in three acts]. (In his: Comedias escogidas. v. 2, 
p. 277-417. Madrid, 1828. 16°. ) 

(In: Biblioteca de autores espanoles. 

V. 7, p. 4S1-501. Madrid, 1851. 4°.) 

171. Fenton (Elijah). Mariamne. A tragedy. 
2. ed. London: T. Astley^iiiZ. 104 p., i 1. 16°. 

London: J. R. Tonsoti, 1760. 3 p.l., 

9-22 p. 12°. 


London: J. j9f//, 1794. 88 p., I pi. 8°. 

(Bell's British theatre, v. 26 ?) 

172. Hebbel (Friedrich). Herodes und Ma- 
riamne. Eine Tragodie in fiinf Acten. . . [1850.J 
(In his: Samtliche Werke. [i. Abt.] Bd. 2, p. 195- 
365, 413-475. Berlin, 1901. 8°.) 

Herodes und Mariamne.. . Edited with in- 
troduction and notes by Edward Stockton Meyer. 
A^ew York : II. Holt &^ Co., 1905. xx.wiii (2), 
192 p. 16°. 

LuBLiNSKi (S.) Herodes und Mariamne. (In 
his: Jlidische Charaktere bei Griliparzer, Hebbel 
und Otto Ludwig.. .Berlin, 1899. p. 39-59. 12°.) 

173. Iliowizi (Henry). Herod : a tragedy. 
Minneapolis, Mifui.: \_Tribune Book Rootns,\ 1884. 
80 p. 8°. 

174. Landau (Judah Leo). Hurdos. [A trag- 
edy in 5 Acts. Hebrew.] Letnberg: Der Verfasser, 
1887. xl, 184 p. 12°. 

German title: Herodes.|Dramatisches Gedicht in fiinf Acten. 

Reviewed by A. S. R. in Ozar ha-Sifrut. v. 2, p. 352-357. 
Krakati. 1888. 8°. Also by J. J. Unger in Monatsschrift f. d. 
Lit. u. Wissenschaft d. Judenthums. Hrsg. von A. S. Weiss- 
mann. v. i, p. 299-301. ll'ien, 1889. 8°. 

175. Konig Hurdus. A historische Drame 

in 5 Akten. . . [verfasst. . . hebrJiisch. . . und jetzt Uber- 
setzt in Jargon.] [Judeo German.] London: P. 
Mazin [igoi]. 3 p.l., 99 p., i port. 8°. 

176. Osborn (Laughton). Mariamne, being 
the third of the tragedies of Jewish and Biblical 
history, and the second in continuation of volume vi. 
of the dramatic series by L. O. N'eiv York: H. L, 
Hinton, 1873. 2 p.l., 167-269 p. 8°. 

177. Phillips (Stephen). Herod. A tragedy. 
London: J. Lane, 1901. 128 p. 12°. 

178. Rives (Amelie), Princess Troubetzkoy. 
Herod and Mariamne. A tragedy. Philadelphia: 
J. B. Lippincott Conipany. title, p. 305-389. 8°. 
(Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. September, 1888.) 

Same, separate. 

179. Rueckert (Friedrich). Herodes derGrosse, 
in zwei Stucken. Erstes Stuck: Herodes und Ma- 
riamne [in 5 acts and in verse]. Zweites Stuck: 
Herodes und seine Sohne [in 5 acts and in verse]. 
[1844.] (In his: Gesammelte poetische Werke. 
v. 9, p. 219-479. Frankfurt a M., 1S69. 12°. ) 

iSo. [Seiffert (Moses).] Miriam ha-Chash- 
monaith. [Drama in 4 acts. Judeo-German. Ne-m 
York, 1891.] 66 p. sq. 8°. 
Ms. German cursive characters. Copied by Jacob Terr. 

181. Voltaire. Mariamne, tragedie [en cinq 
actes]. Representee, pour la premiere fois, le 6 
mars, 1724. Revue et corrigee par I'auteur en 1762. 
(In his : CEuvres completes, v. i, p. 187-292. 
iKehQ 1785. 8°.) 

(In his : CEuvres completes, v. 3, 

P- 237-356. Paris, 1828. 8°.) 

La Marianne, tragedia. Tradotta in versi 

italiani dalCo: Gasparo Gozzi. (In: Teatro ebraico. 
V. I, p. xiii-xvi, 1-72. Venezia, 1751. 8°.) 

John the Baptist. 

182. Heywood (Joseph Converse). Herodias. 
A dramatic poem. A^ew York: Ilurd (5r= Hortghton^ 
1867. 251 p. 16°. 

183. Pellico (Silvio). Erodiade, tragedia [in 5 
acts and in verse]. (In his: Opere. v. 2, p. 445— 
510. Parigi, 1835. 12°. ) 

(In his: Opere complete, v. 2, p. 189-267. 

Brusselle, 1857. i6°-) 



184. Sudermann (Hermann). Johannes. Tra- 
gSdie in fiinf Akten und einem Vorspiel. 2. Aufl. 
Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta'sche Buchliandlu>7g Nachf.^ 
1898. 158 p. 12°. 

185. Wilde (Oscar). Salome. A tragedy in one 
act. Translated from the French. (The John Lane 
version.) ( The Evening Sun, New York, Oct. 6, 
IC)06, p. 7-8. f°.) 

Salome. Drama in einem Aufzuge, Ins 

Deutsche iibertragen von Dr. Kiefer. Leipzig: 
Ph. Keclam, jr. [1904.] 40 p. 24'. (Universal- 
Bibliothek. 4497.) 

Originally written in French in 1892. See Sherrard (R. H.) 
The Life of Oscar Wilde. New York, 1906. 8°. p. 362-363, 

Jesus Christ. 
Dramas of the life of Jesus Christ will be found in 
the Index-Catalogue under the head of Passion 
plays; See also Miracle play; Mysteries. 

Mary Magdalen. 

186. Heyse (Paul). Mary of Magdala. An 
historical and romantic drama in five acts. The 
original in German prose. . . The translation freely 
adapted and written in English verse by W. Winter. 
New York: Macmillan Co., 1903. 135 p. 12°. 

187. Wilkinson (Florence). Two plays of 
Israel: David of Bethlehem; Mary Magdalen. New 
York: McClure, Phillips ^ Co., 1904. 2 p.l., 

233 p. 12°. 

B. (G.) " Maria von Magdala" und das Juden- 
thum. (Dr. Bloch's Oesterreichische Wochenschrift. 
V. 20, p. 265-266. Wien, 1903. 4°.) 

Lewin (M.) Maria von Magdala. (Allg.Zeitung. 
d. Judenthums. v. 67, p. 340-341. Berlin, 1903. 

188. Lienhard (Fritz). Ahasver. Tragodie. 
Stuttgart: Greifier &" Pfeiffer,i()02,. 63 p. 12°. 

I. Ahasver in Jerusalem. In einem Aufzuge. 

II. Ahasver an Rhein. In zwei Aufziigen. 

Weasel and the Well. 

189. Goldfaden (Abraham). Sulamith oder 
Bath Jerusalem. Eine musikalische Melodrama in 
Reimen — in 5 Akten und 15 Bilder. [Judeo-Ger- 
man.] \_Chicago. 10 Jan., 1886.] (58) p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. Copied by Joseph Man- 

Sulamith. . .in 4 Akten und in 15 Bilder. 

Warsaw: Bauniritter Cf Gonsior, 1S86. 64 p. 8°. 

Sulamith. . . Warsaw: Bauniritter &' Gon- 
sior [1891]. 64 p. 8°. 

Sulamith. . .Brooklyn, N. Y.: Hebrew Pub- 
lishing Co., 1902. 64 p. 8°. 

Sulamith. . . Warsaw: J. Lidski, 1905. 64 p. 

8°. (Goldfaden's Theater Magazin.) 

R. Ein jiidisches Winkeltheater. (Die Welt. 
v. 7, no. 48. Wien, 1903. 4°.) 


190. Heywood (Joseph Converse). Salome. 
A dramatic poem. New York: Hurd 6^ Houghton, 
1867. 222 p. 12". 

191. Eossarski (Julius). Titus oder die Zer- 
storung Jerusalems. Historisch-dramatisches Ge- 
dicht in vier Akten. Leipzig: L. Schnauss, 1855. 
2 p.l., 189 p. 12°. 

192. Landau (Judah Leo). Acharit Yerushala- 
yim. [A tragedy in 5 acts. Hebrew.] Lemberg: 
A. Wajdowicz, 1885. 6 p.l., 166 p. 12°. 

German title : Die Zerstorung Jerusalems. Dramatisches 

Gedicht in fiinf Acten. 

193. Milman (Henry Hart). The fall of Jeru- 
salem, a dramatic poem. N^ew York: L. &" F. 
Lock wood, 1820. 180 p. 16°. 

(In his: Poetical works, v. i, p. .xi- 

xvii, 1-114. London, 1839. 16°. ) 

194. Vondel (Joost van den). Jerusalem ver- 
woest. Treurspel [in 5 acts and in verse]. (In 
his : Dichterlijke werken. v. 4, p. 89-103. Ani- 
sterdafn, 1820. 24°.) 

Berenice and Titus. 

195. Corneille (Pierre). Berenice, tragedie en 
cinq actes [and in verse]. 1670. (In his : Theatre, 
avec les commentaires de Voltaire, v. 11, p. 193- 
2S4, I pi. Paris, 1797- 8°.) 

Tite et Berenice, comedie heroique. 

1670. (In his : CEuvres, avec le commentaire de 
Voltaire sur les pieces de theatre, et des observa- 
tions critiques sur ce commentaire par le citoyen 
Palissot. V. 8, p. 341-437, I pi. Paris, 1801. 8°.) 

(In his: Qiuvres, avec le commentaire 

de Voltaire et les jugements de La Harpe. v. 9, 
p. 93-204. Paris, 1 821. 8°.) 

(In his : CEuvres. Nouvelle cd. par 

M. Ch. Marty-Laveaux. v. 7, p. 183-276. Paris, 
1862. 8°.) 

For bibliography see Picot (Emile). Bibliographic corneli- 
enne. Paris, 1876. 8°. nos. 87, 88, 374, 37s, 621, 873, 1002- 
o4. 1174, 1469-71- 

Taschereau (Jules Antoine). [Tite et Berenice.] 
(In his: Histoire de la vie et des ouvrages de P. 
Corneille. Paris, 1855. 16°. p. 212-217.) 

196. Otway (Thomas). Titus and Berenice, a 
tragedy. . . [in 3 acts and in verse] (In his: Works. 
V. I, p. 201-252. London, i7S7- 16°. ) 

A close imitation of Racine's Berenice. First produced in 

Titus and Berenice. . . (In his : Works, v. i, 

p. 161-201. London, 1813. 12°. ) 

197. Racine (Jean Baptiste). Berenice, trage- 
die [in 5 acts and in verse]. 1670. (In his : CEu- 
vres completes, v. 2, p. 293-401. Paris, 1822. 

(In his : CEuvres. v. 2, p. 341-444. 

Paris, 1865. 8°.) 

Berenice, de Racine. [With a preface 

and commentary by Voltaire.] (In : Corneille 
(Pierre). Theatre avec les commentaires de Voltaire. 
V. II, p. 93-192. Paris, \1<^~l. 8°.) 

En-Gedi, Palestine. 

198. Pellico (Silvio). Ester d'Engaddi, trage- 
dia [in 5 acts and in verse]. Venezia. . . 1821. (In 
his: Opere. v. 2, p. 121-204. Parigi, 1835. 12°. ) 

(In his : Opere complete, v. i, p. 

147-244. Brusselle, 1837. 16°. ) 

Esther vin En Gedi. . . Vinem Italienischen 

hat ubergisetz Benedix Ben-Zion. [Judeo-German 
prose.] Odessa, 1881. i p.l., 78 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Ester iz En-Gedi. . . [Translated into Rus- 
sian prose.] {Odessa, 1885.] 59 1. sq. 8°. 




Ishmael b. Elisha, captive at Rome. 

199. Walch (Maurice). Les captifs. Drame 
judeo-romain en quatre actes et un tableau. Paris: 
A. Durlacher, 1SS4. 2 p.l., iv, 104 p. 12°. 

Bar Cochba. 

200. Goldfaden (Abraham). Bar Kochba (der 
Suhnvondem Stern); oder die letzte Tiigvun Jeru- 
scholajim. Eine musikalisclie Melodrama in Reimen, 
in 4 Akten un ein Prolog mit 14 Bilder. . . [Judeo- 
German.] 2. ed. IVarsazo: I.Alafin,\?>'.)0. 84 p. 8°_ 

3. ed. Brooklyn, N. ¥.: Heb. Pub. 

Co. [190-] Sop. 8°. 

201. Landau (Judah Leo). Bar-Cochba. [A 
tragedy in 5 acts. Hebrew.] Lemberg: A. Wajdo- 
Wf2, 1S84. 5 p.]., 114 P- 12°. 

German title: " Bar-Cochba. Dramatisches Gedicht in funf 
Acten." . T » -c 

Reviewed by David Frischmann in Ha-Asif. v. 2, p. 458- 
463. Warsaw, 1S85. 8°. 

202. DIendes (Catulle). Le fils de I'etoile. 
Drame musical en cinq actes. Musique de Camille 
Erlanger. Paris: Soc. Nouvelle d' Editions Musi- 
cales [1904]. cop. 1903. 2 p.l., 80 p. 16°. 

CoRALNiK (A.) Catulle Mendes' neues Drama. 
(Die Welt. v. 8, no. 18. Wien, 1904. 4°.) 

Levin (Moritz). Barkochba in der Dichtung. 
(Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums. v. 65, nos. 2-5. 
Berlin, 1901. 4°.) 

Elisha ben Abujah. 

203. Goethe (Johann Wolfgang). Ben Abujah. 
Goethe's Faust, eine Tragodie, in einer hebraischen 
Umdichtung von M. Letteris. Nebst erlauternden 
Anmerkungen. Wien: Der Verfasser, 1S65. xv, 
(i), 232 p. 12°. 

Another copy, with Ms. corrections, 

obviously intended for a new edition, by M. Let- 

Smolensky (Peter). [Hamlet and Faust com- 
pared; a criticism.] (In his novel: Simshat Chanef, 

chap. 20-21, first published in his mag. Ha- 
Shacher, v. 3. Wien, I'i'ii. 8°.) 

204. Gordin (Jacob). Elisha ben Abujah. A 
historische Drama in vier Akten. [JudeoGerman.] 
New York: Iiiternat. Library Pub. Co., 1906. 16°. 

Judah ha-Nasi. 

205. Kuniz(Moses). Maaseh Chakamim. [Pt. i, 
entitled Bet Rabbi, a drama of the life of Rabbi 
Judah ha-Nasi, in 6 acts and in prose; preceded by 
a biographical sketch of the Rabbi.] Wien: Ge- 
druckt ntit ITraschanzkyschen Schriften, 1805. 
79 f. 12°. 

No more published. Preface dated: Ofen, 1797. 

1S0-192, Rome. 

206. Friedlaender (Moriz). Marcia. Trauer- 
spiel in flinf Aufztigen. Wien: M. Waizner, iS'jg. 
2 p.l., 119 (i) p. 8'. 

Mar Zutra II. 

207. Horowitz (Moses). Beth Dawid (Der 
Stamm Dawid's). Historische Operette in 4 Akten. 
Letnberg: B. Munk, Podgorze [printed\, 1904. 
56 p. 8°. 


208. Horowitz (Moses). Die Lieder von Kuzri, 
[Judeo-German.] New York: J. Katzenelenbogen 
[1896]. 2I. 8". 


209. [Katzenelenbogen (S. Joseph).] Rashi. 
A drama in 5 acts, with songs and dances. [Judeo- 
German.] Odessa, Oct. 3, 1882. 40 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. Title in Russian. 

1192 or 1193. 


See Lessing's Nathan der Weise in section II. 

1 194. 


210. Ben-Zion (Benedix). A varumglticktes 
Auto da-fe oder Rebecca die 18 jahrige Mechasche- 
foh. Drame in 5 Akten und zwolf Bilder. Die 
Maasse is arausgenumen vnm Walter Scott's Ro- 
man "Ivanhoe" (Englisch) iibersetzt, arrangirt 
und baarbet far der judischer Btihne. [Judeo-Ger- 
man.] Odessa, 1882. i p.l., 88 p. sq. S°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 


211. Diamante (Bautista Juan). Comedia 
famosa, titulada La Judia de Toledo. (Biblioteca 
de autores espanoles. v. 49, p. 1-18. Madrid, 
1859. 4°.) 

RUBENSTEIN (Charles A.) Jewish characters in 
the Spanish drama. (Jewish Comment. Baltimore, 
May 30, 1902, p. 6-S. f°.) 

Alfonso VHI. and Raquel Fermosa of Toledo. 


212. Garcia de la Huerta (Vicente Antonio). 
Raquel, tragedia [in 3 acts and in verse], [177S.] 
(In his: Obras poeticas. v. i. 6 p.l., p. 1-16. 
Madrid, \i%b. 24°. Theatro hespanol. v. 17.) 

213. Grillparzer (Franz). Die Jiidin von 
Toledo. Historisches Trauerspiel in fiinf Aufzilgen. 
(In his: Sammtliche Werke. v. 7, p. 165-270. 
Stuttgart, 1872. 12°. ) 

Geiger (Ludwig). Die Jiidin von Toledo. (In: 
Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums. v. 64, nos. 2-4. 
Berlin, igoo. 4°.) 

LuBLiNSKi (S.) Grillparzers " Esther und Rahel 
von Toledo." (In his: Jlidische Charaktere bei Grill- 
parzer, Flebbel und Otto Ludwig. Berlin, 1899. 
12°. p. 97-120.) 

214. Vega Carpio (Lope Felix de). Las 
paces de los reyes, y judia de Toledo. (Biblioteca 
de autores espanoles. v. 41, p. 5f'7-5S7- Madrid, 
1857. 4'-) 

Klein (Julius Leopold). Las paces de los 
reyes. . .(In his: Geschichte des Drama's, v. 10, 
p. 276-289. Leipzig, 1S74. 8°.) 

Jicginning of 14. century. 

215. Goldfaden (Abraham). Almasadda; oder. 
Die Juden in I'alermo. Judische historische Ope- 
rette in 5 Akten un 11 Bilder. .. [Judeo-German.] 
30 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Doktor Almasada oder die Juden in Paler- 
mo. Historische Operetta in 5 Akten un in 11 


Bilder. Bearbeitet nach einem deutschen Roman . . . 
Warsaw: Baumritter ^ Gonsior, 1SS7. 62 p., 
I 1., I port. 8°. 

N'ew York: J. Saphirstein, 1893. 

62 p. 8°. 

14. century. 

216. Scholz (Wilhelm von). Der Jude von 
Konstanz. Tragodie in vier Aufziigen mit einem 
Nachspiel. Afiinchen: G. Muller, igo^. iS7p. 12°. 


217. Lazarus (Emma). The dance to death; 
a historical tragedy in five acts. (In her: Songs of 
a Semite. N'ew York, 1SS2. 8°. p. 1-48.) 

(In her: Poems. Boston, 1885. 12°. 

V. 2, p. 69-173.) 

Levi (Harry). " The dance to death." (In his: 
Jewish characters in fiction. English literature. 
Philadelphia, 1903. 12°. p. 90-96.) 


218. Eppelberg (W. H.) " Esterka." Drama 
in 5 Akten mit 9 Bilder, nach verschiedene Quellen 
bearbeitet. [Judeo-German.] Warsaw: Schuld- 
ierg Bros., 1890. 2 p.l., 76 p. 8°. 


219. Kozloski (Stanislaw). Masa Ester. ["Es- 
terka," a historical drama in 6 acts. First appeared 
in the feuilleton of Gazeta Polska and reprinted, 
Warsaw, 1886. Translated into Hebrew by Israel 
Frankel.] (Ha-Asif. v. 5, section of fiction, p. 
I- 108. Warsaiu, 1889. 8°.) 

220. Philippson (Ludwig). Esther. Tragodie 
in fUnf Akten... Ubersetzt in der judischen 
Sprache und arangiert flir der Blihne von N. B. 
Basalinski. [Judeo-German.] Odessa, 1881. 84p. 
sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

15. century. 

221. Weissman (Ruben). Die Nekomoh, oder 
die Heldin vinem I5ten Jahrhundert. Istorische 
Drama in 5 Akten und 8 Kartines. [Judeo-Ger- 
man.] \^Odessa,'\ 1882. 32 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 


222. Scribe (Augustin Eugene). La Juive, 
■opera en cinq actes. Paroles de M. Scribe; mu- 
sique de ]\I. Halevy; divertissements de M. Tag- 
lioni: Represente pour la premiere fois a Paris sur le 
Theatre de I'Academie Royale de Musique, le 23 
fevrier, 1835. \^Paris: J. Didot V Ain^, 1835.] 
47-66 p. 8°. 

Jodinden. Opera in fem Acter. . .oversat 

af T. Overskou. 18 p. (In: Det Kongelinge 
Theatres Repertoire. . .Kjobenhavn, 1828-45. nar. 
8°. v. 5.) 

Rachel ha- Yehudiyyah. .. [La Juive, trans- 
lated into Hebrew verse by S. Marik.] Wilna: 

Widow ^^ Brothers, Rotnm, 1886. 108 p. 12°. 

Shidowka. Die Judin. A Tragodie in fiinf 

Akten. Nach verschiedene Quellen bearbeitet vun 
J. J. Lerner. [Judeo-German.] Warsaw: Baum- 
ritter (5r= Gonsior, 1889. 68 p. 8°. 

3. ed. Warsazu: J , Lidski, 1903. 

68 p. 12°. 

WiNZ (Leo). " Eleazar," " Shylock " und 
" Nathan der Weise." (Ost und West. v. i, col. 
661-672. Berlin, igoi. 4°.) 


223. Aguado (Miguel R.) Sarah y Joseph. 
Drama en 3 actos, y en prosa. . .Oran: V. Collet, 
1880. 4 p.l., 7-34 p., I pi. sq. 8°. (Galeria par- 


224. Terr (Jacob). Der Mored be-Malchuth 
oder die Judenin Portugal. Historisch-romantische 
Opera in 4 Akten. [Judeo-German.] New York, 
1899. 64 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. First produced in 1899. 


[Endinger Judenspiel (Das).] 

Geiger (Ludwig). Das Endinger Judenspiel. 
(In: Zeitschrift f. d. Gesch. d. Juden in Deutsch- 
land. v. 2, p. 358-360. Braunschzveig, [888. 8".) 


225. Chaschkes(AIoses). Abarbanel. [A drama 
in 4 acts. Translated into Hebrew blank verse 
from the author's Russian prose manuscript and 
revised by Judah Loeb Gamsu.] Warsazu: Halter 
&f Eisenstadt, 1893. 1 14 p. 8°. 

226. Hugo (Victor Marie). Torquemada. [A 
drama in five acts, and in verse.] (In his: QLuvres 
completes. Ed. definitive. Paris, 1880-89. S"* 
Drame. v. 5, p. 1-152.) 

Comp. Isidore Loeb in Revue des Etudes juives, v. 4, p. 
306-308 (Paris, 1882. 8°); also G. Selikovitsch in Ha-Maggid, 
v. 26, p. 202 (Lyck, 18S2. f°). 

227. Meyer (Louis). Vorspiel und Plan zu: 
Abarbanell oder Das E.xil der Juden aus Spanien. 
Dramatisches Gedicht in zwei Theilen. (In his : 
Hinterlassene Schriften. Berlin, 1871. 8°. pt. 
2, p. 1-22.) 

Abarbanell, oder: Die letzten Tage der 

Juden in Spanien. [A drama in 4 acts and in prose. ] 
{Ibid. p. 23-80.) 

228. Nossig (Alfred). Abarbanel. Das Drama 
eines Volkes [in three acts]. (Die Welt. v. 10, 
nos. 13-14. Koln, igo6. 4°.) 

Third act only. 

Beginning of 16. century. 

229. Horowitz (Moses). Don Judah Abravanel. 
Operetta in 4 Akten. [188-?] 35 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

After 1541. 

230. Shaikewitz (Nahum Meir). Die spanische 
Inquisition. A Tragodie in fiinf Akten. [Judeo- 
German.] NfezoYork: B. Rabinozijitz\i<^o6\. 74 p. 


A dramatization of his own novel Chatan Damim. Written 
in 18S4 and first produced at Nikolayev in 1S85. The author 
named it ''Cain oder der Brudermorder," but the New York 
actors re-named it " Die spanische Inquisition," in spite of the 
fact that the place of the action is laid in Portugal; which title 
has been retained in the printed play (preface). 

Beginning of 17. century. 

231. Foner (Meir). Joseph della Reina. . . [A 
tragedy in 5 acts.] St Petersburg: L. Rabinovitch, 
1903. 136 p. 12°. 

Supplement to Ha-Meliz, v. 43, no. 290. Title also in Rus- 




232. Vrchlicky (Jaroslav). Der hohe Rabbi 
Low. (Rabbinerweisheit.) Lustspiel in drei Auf- 
zugen. Autorisirte Uebersetzung von E. Gri'in. 
Frag: J. B. Bran dels [i'a()b\. loop. 16°. (Judi- 
sche Universal-Bibliothek. 15.) 

"Den Buhnen gegeniiber Manuscript." 
Also Separate. 

Middle of 16. century. 

233. Goldfaden (Abraham). Rabbi Joselmann 
oder die Gserot vin Elsass. Ilistorische Oper in flinf 
Akten in dreiun zwanzigBilder. . . [Judeo-German.] 
Lemberg: II. jVecheles, 1892. 68 p. 8°. 

"Zura ersten Mai aufgefiihrt in Lemberg 16 Janner, 1891." 

Meliz Joscher oder Rabbi Joselmann. A 

historische Opera vun die Gserot von Elsass in 5 
Akten un 23 Bilder. . . [Judeo-German.] New 

York: B. Rabinowitz, igoo. 72 p. 12°. 
English title: Rabbi Yoselman. 

Uriel Acosta. 

234. Gutzkow (Karl Ferdinand). Uriel Acosta. 
Trauerspiel in funf Aufzi'igen [and in verse]. [1847. J 
100 p. (In his : Dramatische Werke. 4. Gesammt- 
ausgabe. v. i, pt. 2. Jena. 1S81. 12°.) 

Uriel Acosta, a tragedy in five acts. Trans- 
lated from the German by M. M. Ne-u York: M. 
Ellinger &' Co., i860. I04^p. 12°. 

Uriel Acosta. . . [A tragedy in 5 acts. A 

Hebrew adaptation by the teachers of the school 
for Jewish girls at Jaffa.] Jerusalem: Office oj 
'^Has/ikafah," 1905. 60 p. 16°. 

Uriel Acosta. A Tragodie in 5 Akten. . . 

far der judische Szene iibersetzt und arrangirt vin . . . 
[J. J. Lerner.] [Judeo-German.] [^Odessa,^ 1S83. 
103 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Uriel Acosta. . .iibersetzt un arrangirt vun 

J. J. Lerner. [Judeo-German.] St. Petersburg : 
I. S. Levi dr' Co., 18S8. i p.l., 45 p. 8°. 

3. ed. Warsaw: J. Lidski, 1903. i 

p.l., 80 p. 8°. 


235. Minsk! (N.), Pseud.ofl>i\v.o\.k\ Ma.ximo- 
viCH WiLENKiN. Osada Tulchina [The siege of 
Tulchin. A historical drama of the times of Bohdan 
Chmielnicki. In five acts, with a prologue. Rus- 
sian]. (In : Voskhod. v. 8, no. i, p. 3-82. St. 
Petersburg, 1S88. 8°.) 

Die Belagerung vun Tulchin. . . Ubersetzt 

vun Russischen durch A. Reisen. [Judeo-German.] 
Minsk: Verlag '' Kullur \^Krakau, printed, 1905]. 
88 p. 8°. 

236. Terr (Jacob). Rabbi Sabbathai Cohen; or, 
The merits of Holy Sabbath. Historical Drama in 
5 acts and 1 5 tableaux of the time of the persecution 
of the Jews in [1648-1649]. . . [Judeo-German.] 
\New York, 1897.] 2 p.l., 71 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 


237. Caroline (Louise). Baruch von Spinoza. 
Drama in 5 Aufziigen. Berlin: F. Schneider 6^ 
Co., 1855. 147 p. 12°. 

In verse. 


238. Terr (Jacob). Judith die Perle vun Orient 
oder die Geheimnisse vun dem terkischen Harem. 
New York, 1902. i p.l., 57 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. Title from cover. 

18. century. 

239. Lud'wig(Otto). Der Jacobsstab. Trauer- 
spiel in fiinf Aufzi'igen. (In his : Gesammelte 
Schriften. v. 4, p. 77-122. Leipzig, 1S91. 12°.) 

First act only. 

Middle of iS. century. 

240. Lateiner (Joseph). Bliimele oder die 
Perle von Warschau (Alilath Dam). Operette in 
5 Akten. [Judeo-German.] Krakau: A. Faust, 
Podgorze {printed^, 1903. 63 p. 8°. 

Alle Lieder vun die. . . Theater-Stuck Blii- 
mele... [AvTf York: J. Katzenelenbogen, 189-.} 
2 1. 8°. 

Die Lieder von " Bliimele". . . N^ew York: 

J. Katze7telenbogen [189-]. 2 1. 8 . 

Ben Ezra. Ein Abend in Jargon-Theater. (Die 
Welt. V. S, no. 24. Wien, 1904. 4°.) 


241. Terr (Jacob). Der Zwilling (Theomim). 
Eine Drama in 5 Akten in 10 Kartines. Rostov on 
the Don, 1882. 76 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 


242. Stein (Leopold). Der Knabenraub zu 
Carpentras. Drama in 4 Aufziigen. Berlin: C. 
Heymann, 1863. viii, 91 p. 12°. 

Frag: J. B. Brandeis [1897]. 102 p. 

24°. (Jiidische Universal-Bibliothek. 30.) 

Moses Mendelssohn. 

243. [Mueller (Hugo)?] Ha-Dod Mosheh ben 
Menahem. . . (A Hebrew translation of his: "Onkel 
Moses," a play in one act; by Baruch Jekuthiel 
Sussmanowitz.] IVarsaw: M. J. Halter, 1893. 
36 p. 12°. 

Der Vetter Moses Mendelssohn. A drama- 

tisches Bild in ein Akt. Nach dem Deutschen far 
der judischer Biihne bearbeitet vun J. J. Lerner. 
[Judeo German.] IVarsaw: Baumritter &-" Gon- 
sior, 1889. 26 p. 12°. 


244. Mosenthal (Salomon Hermann von). 
Deborah. Volksschauspiel in vier Akten. Halle 
a. d. S.: O. Hendel [18- ]. 82 p., i port. 12°. 

Deborah. [Translated into Hebrew by D. 

Radner.] Wilna: Widow &" Bros. Romvi, 1884. 
114 p. 12°. 

Leah, the forsaken. A play in five acts. 

[A translation of Mosenthal's Deborah by W. Ben- 
neux, adapted] By A. Daly. London: S. French 
[18-]. 44 p. 8°. 

The adapter has set back the time of the action to the early- 
part of the i8th century. First produced in Boston, 1862. 
Prompter's copy, interleaved. Ms. notes. Becks bequest. 

Same. (Lacy's acting edition of plays, v. 


Same. AVw York: S. French dr' Son 

[18- ]. 44 p. 12°. (French's Standard Drama, 
the acting edition, no. 389.) 


Deborah ; or, the Jewish maiden's wrong! 

A drama in three acts. [Adapted] By Charles Smith 
Cheltnam. London: T. H. Lacy [iS- ]. 38 P- 
nar. 12°. (Lacy's acting ed. of plays, v. 63.) 

First produced in London, 1864. 

Same. Prompter's copy. Ms. notes. 

Title-page mutilated. 

Becks bequest. 

Before 1795- 

245. Wedel-Jarlsberg (F. C), Friherre. 
Joden Philip og Bonden ; eller, Naturens Discipel. 
Original Skuespiel i tre Akter. Kjobenhavn: C. 
Sieen, i%ib. xvi, 104 p. 12°. 


246. Parvi (Zenon). Rok 1794. (Berek Jose- 
lowicz.) Dramat na tie historycznem w pie9iu 
aktach, oryginalnie wierszem napisany. . . Z winieta 
tytutowa podtug pastel rysunku S. Wyspianskiego. 
Krakow: D. E. Friedlein, 1904. 2 p.l., 87 p., i 1. 


247. [Axenfeld (Israel).] Der erste jiidische 
Rekrut in Russland im Jahre 5587 (1827) am Tage 
der Publicirung des betreffenden Ukases. Ein 
komish-tragischer Roman in jiidisch-deutschem 
Jargon. {^Leipzig, 1S62.] 58 p. 8°. 

Comp. Wiener (L.) The History of Yiddish Literature 
(1899), p. 142-145. 

248. [Abramowitsch (Shalom Jacob).] Der 
Prisiw. A drama in funf Akten. Gedruckt be- 
Hischtadluth Mendeli Mocher Sforim. St. Peters- 
burg: /. Zederbaum, 1SS4. iii, 87 p. 8°. 


[Sudermann (Hermann). Der Sturmgeselle 

Franzos (Karl Emil). Die Juden in Suder- 
mann's Komodie. (Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums. 
V. 67, p. 546-549. Berlin, 1903. 4°-) 
From his: Deutsche Dichtung. 

Friedberg (M.) Ein Rabbiner auf dem mo- 
dernen Theater. {Lbid. p. 502-504.) 

Geiger (Ludwig). H. Sudermann: der Sturm- 
geselle Sokrates. (Monatsschrift f. Gesch. u. Wis- 
senschaftd. Judentums. v. 50, p. 446-447- ^res- 
lau, 1606. 8°.) 


249. Moos (H. M.) Mortara; or. The Pope 
and his inquisitors. A drama. Together with 
choice poems. Cincinnati: Block &= Co., i860. 
171 p. I6^ 

1 86-. 
250. Goldfaden (Abraham). 


Zeiten?! Epochen-Bild'er der russischen Juden, 
als Schauspiel mit Gesang un Tanze, in 6 Akten, 4 
Verwandlungen un 30 bildern. [Judeo-German.] 
Krakau: J. Fischer, 1900. 100 p. 8°. 

German title: A. Goldfaden's draniatische Werke. Mes- 
sias Zeiten. 

Gordon (Jacob). Idische Theaters un idische 
Dramaturgen [Judeo-German]. (Arbeiter Zeitung. 
V, 3, no. 40. Neiv York, i8g2. f°.) 

251. [Goldenberg (N.)] Chaim I, gromo- 
verzhetz ... [A drama in 5 acts and a prologue. Rus- 

sian.] ii2p. (In: YevreiskayaBiblioteka. v. 8. 
St. Petersburg, 1880. 8°.) 
Author's name signed S. S. (in Russian characters). 

252. Atlass (Joshua). Ha-Nirdaf me-Erez 
Russia. [A tragedy in three acts and in verse. 
Hebrew.] Przemysl: Zupnik, Knoller 6^ //a/«- 
merschmidt, i%?).\. 60 p. 8°. 

German title: Der Verfolgte von Russland. Eie Trauer- 
spiel in drei Aufziigen, als Bild der sudrusslandischen 
Judenverfolgungen, von Osiass Atlass. 

253. Chirikov (Yevgeni). Yevrei. ..[A drama 
in four acts.] Milne hen: J. Marchleiuski &• Co. 
[1904?] 128 p. 8°. 

The Jews. A drama in four acts. . .(Mac- 

cabaean. v. 9, p. 175-183, 228-236. 285-292; v. 
10, p. 23-27. New York, 1905-06. 4°. 

Die Juden. Schauspiel in 4 Aufziigen. 

Deutsch von G. Polonskij. Alilnchen: J. March- 
lews ki ?^ Co., -L^oi,. 112 p. 12°. 

Juden. Piece in 4 Akten. Ubersetzt 

durch I. Bermann. [Judeo-German.] Warsaw: 
'' Hazefirah," iqod. 105 p. 8°. (Verlag " Zeit- 
Bibliothek," no. 8.) 

Synopsis. The chosen people. A drama- 
tic portrayal of Jewish life in Russia in three acts. 
Staged and presented by the St. Petersburg 
Dramatic Co. P. N. Orleneff, director. [New 

York: The Lnternational Press, 1905.] i p.l., 
15, (i) p., I pi. illus. 8°. 

EisENBETT (I. G.) Yevrei v dramye Chirikova 
. . . (Yevreiskaya Zhizn. July, 1904, p. 137-160. 
St. Petersburg. 8°.) 

GORDIN (Jacob). Wegen die Drama "Pogrom." 
[Judeo-German.] (Arbeiter Zeitung. v. 3, no. 16. 
New York, 1892. f°.) 

254. Pinski (David). Die familie Zebi. 
Tragodie in 4 Akten. Arausgegeben vun " Bund." 
Geneve: Lmprimerie Lsra^lite, 1905. 76 p., 2 1, 
8°. (Allg. idischer Arbeiterbund in Lita, Polen un 

Another copy on very thin paper to 

allow of its being smuggled into Russia. 12°. 

Warsaw: Verlags-Druckerei [Ver- 
lag ''Die Welt:' Wilna],zgo6. I p. 1., 82 p. 12". 

255. Rackow (Nahum), a>id Samuel Gordon. 
Captain Dreyfus. Military drama in 4 acts. Type- 
written, unpublished, written and produced at 
London in 1899. i p.l., 43 p. 4°- 

See Saphir (Isaac). Yiddish plays. [Thumb-nail sketches 
by M. Biquard.] (Jewish Chronicle. London, Dec. 22, 1899, 
p. 19. i°- 

Other Dramas of Jewish Life. 


Arndt (Wilhelm). Namen der Juden. (In his: 

Die Personennamen der deutschen Schauspiele des 

Mittelalters. Breslau, 1904. 8°. p. 3-16-) (Ger- 

manistische Abhandlungen. Heft 23.) 

Block (Maurice). La femme Juive dans le 
roman et le theatre contemoorain. Conference 
faite a la Societe des Etudes le. . .23 Janvier. (Ar- 
chives Israelites, v. 53, p. 26-29, 33-35, 44-45- 
Paris, 1892. 4°.) 

(In his: Quatre conferences sur les 

Juifs. Paris, 1901. 12°. p. 219-261.) 



Carrington (H.) * Die Figur des Juden in 
der dramatischen Litteratur des XVIII. Jahrhun- 
d&ns. . .//eidellierg: C. P/effer, i?>q-]. 85 p. 8°. 

Croker (Thomas Francis Dillon). The stage 
Israelite, p. 70-72. 8°. 
Clipping from the Era Almanack (London), 1881. 

Dreyfus (Abraham). Le Juif au theatre. 
Conference. . .(In: Soc. des Etudes juives. Actes 
et conferences. I'^r^. annee (7^ annee de la soc.) p. 
xlix-lxxi. Paris, 1886. 8°.) 

Klein (Julius Leopold). Giudate, Judenspiele. 
(In his: Geschichte des Drama's. v. 4, p. 239- 
240. Leipzig, 1 866. 8°. 

Levi (Ilarr)'). Jewish characters in fiction. 
English literature. Philadelphia, Pa.: The Jewish 
Chautauqua Society [1903]. 140 p. 12°. (The 
Jewish Chautauqua Society. The Chautauqua 
system of education. Course book.) 

Mabon (Charles B.) The Jew in English 
poetry and drama. (In: Jewish Quarterly Review. 
V. II, p. 411-430. London, 1S99. 8°.) 

Philipson (David). The Jew in English fic- 
tion. Cincinnati: R. Clarke &" Co., 1889. 2 p.l. , 
156 p. 12°. 

New ed., rev. and enl. Cincinnati: 

a, Clarke <Sr^ Co., 1903. 2 p.l., iii-iv p., i 1., 5- 
207 p. 12°. 

Rubenstein (Charles A.) Jewish characters 
in the Spanish drama. (Jewish Comment. Balii- 
jnore. May 30, 1902, p. 6-8. f°.) 

Stage Jew (The). (Saturday Review, v. 62, 
p. 451-452. London, 18S6. f°.) 

Winz (Leo). " Eleazar," " Shylock " und 
" Nathan der Weise." (Ost und West. v. i, col. 
661-672. Berlin, 1901. 4°.) 

Individual Plays. 

[Adaxnus (Franz), pseud, of Prof. Bronner.] 
Ui'RiMNY (J.) Ein zionistisches Theaterstuck. 
(Die Welt. v. 9, no. 10. Wien, 1905. 4^.) 
A review of " Schmelz der Nibelunge" by Franz Adamus. 

256. An-ski (S. A.), pseud, of Rapaport. 
Otetz i syn. [Father and son. A drama in one 
act.] (In: Voskhod. v. 26, Jan., p. 35-58. St. 
Petersburg, 1906, 8°.) 

257. Aretino (Pietro). II marescalco, comedia. 
(In: Teatro italiano antico. v. 5, 167-370, i pi. 
Londra, 17S7. nar. i6°.) 

II marescalco. (In his: Commedie. Milano, 

1888. 12°. p. 21-76.) 

Klein (Julius Leopold). Der Jude in der Kom- 
modie. (In his: Geschichte des Drama's, v. 4, 
P- 5I3-5I4- Leipzig, 1866. 8°.) 

■'Vielleicht ist dieser Handelsjude der Erzvater aller fol- 
genden Komiidienjuden." 

253. Berg (O. F.), pseud, of Ottokar Franz 
Ebersuerg. Finer von unsere Lent'. Posse mit 
Gesang in drei Acten . . . [ Wien: L. Sommer, 185-?] 
39 p. 8°. (Weiner Theater — Rep. No. 194.) 

Comp. Maggid Mishneh, v. 2. p. 70, 74. Lyck, 1880 f°. 

259. Boisson (Marius), a«(/ LuciEN Ricaille. 
La vengeance dujuif. Drame social en 5 actes et 
8 tableaux. Extrait du roman de J. W. Rochester 
(W. Krijanowsky). Musique de scene de Rene de 
Santerne. Paris: P. V. Stock, i(jOS. 204 p. I6^ 

260. Cumberland (Richard). The Jew, a 
comedy. Xcui York: S. Cafnpbell, 1795. 54 p., 

1 1. 12 . 

The Jew. A comedy. Performed in Lon- 
don, and by the Old American Company in New 
York. . . A^e'cu York: S. Campbell, 1796. 54 p., I 1. 
sm. 12°. 

The Jew. A comedy in five acts. London: 

T. H. Lacy [18 — ]. i p.l, 5-48 p., i pi. nar. 12°. 
(Lacy 's acting edition of plays, v. 84.) 

The Jew. A comedy in five acts. . .With a 

fine engraving. London: J. Cumberland [iS — ]. 
47 p. nar. 16°. 

Prompter's copy. 

The Jew. A comedy in five acts. 16 p. 

(In: London stage, v. i. [1824.] 8°.) 

Ish Yehudi. [The Jew, translated intO' 

Hebrew by J. Brill.] JVilna : L. A/atz, iSjS. 

2 p.l., 84 p. 16°. 

Der Jud Menachem, oder, die bescheidene 

Tugend. Komodie in 5 Akten. Ubergesetzt vinem 
Englischen vin Benedix Ben-Zion. [Judeo-Ger- 
man.] Odessa, 1882. 36 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

The Jew. (Ha-Yom, v. 2, 1887, no. 172.) 

Levi (Harry). " The Jew." (In his: Jewish 

characters in fiction. English literature. Phila- 
delphia, 1903. 12°. p. 37-41.) 

Philipson (David). Cumberland's "The Jew." 
(In his: The Jew in English fiction. Cincinnati, 
1903. 12°. p. 54-69-) 

[Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von).] 
TucH (Gustav). Die Juden im Goetheschen 
Faust. Nach Louvierscher Erklarung. (Die Welt. 
V. 9, nos. 2-3, 5-6. Wien, 1905. 4°.) 

261. Heijermans (Herman), y>. The Ghetto. 
A drama in four acts. Freely adapted from the 
Dutch. . .by Chester Bailey Fernald. London: W. 
Heinemann, 1899. 4 p.l., 144 p. 12°. 

Comp. Jewish Comment. Sept. 15, 1899. 

Ghetto. Ein Trauerspiel in 3 

. . . Deutsch von Franziska de Graafif. 
K. F. Koehler, 1903. 107 p. 8°. 

Geiger (Ludwig). Heijermanns ' 
(Monatsschrift f. Gesch. u. Wissenschaft d. Juden- 
tums. v. 50, p. 445-446. Breslau, 1906. 8°.) 

Nacher (Max). Herman Heijermans. (Die 
Welt. v. 80, no. 20. Wien, 1904. 4°.) 

262. Hilarius (Justus), pseud, of S. W. 
ScHiESSLER. Der .Vnherr. Schwank in einem 
Aufzuge. (In his: Frische Judenkirschen. p. 67- 
98. iMeisscn , 1S27. 24°.) 

263. Irgens(Hanna). Moses i Tonden. Lyst- 
pil i een Akt. Kjobenhavn: C. Steen, 1822. i p.l., 
67 p. nar. 24°. 

264 Lessing (Gotthold Ephraim). Die Juden. 
Lustspiel in einem Aufzuge. Verfertiget im Jahre 
1749, (In his: Lustspiele. Peutlingen, i-io. 16°. 
p. 151-212.) 

Also in the various ed. of his works. It was first printed in 
1754 in his Schriften, v. 4. 

Ha-Yehudim. . .[Die Juden, translated into 

Hebrew by Jacob Simeon Kahan.] Warsaw: 
E. I. Schapira, 1874. 62 p., i 1. 16°. 


' Ghetto." 



I77g. (In his: 
2 p. I., 54 P- Ber- 

Ha-Yehudim. . . [Die Tuden, translated into 

Hebrew verse by Zebi Eleazar Teller.] Wien: G 
Brog \_Vcrlag d. Vereins '' Moria" Botosain], 
iSSo. xxvii, 96 p. 12°. 

German title : Die Juden . . . metrisch ubersetzt von H. L. 
Teller. . , . ^ . , 

Die Iden. Ein Lustspiel in drei und zwan- 

zig Vorstellungen. .. ubersetzt in Jlidisch Deutsch 
(Jargon) durch Eraii Ch. E. Abramowitz. JVtlna: 
fVido'u dr- Bros. Romtn, 1S79. 68 p. 16°. 

265. Nathan der Weise. Ein dramatisches 

Gedicht in funf Aufzugen. 
Sammtliche Schriften. v. 22. 
lin, 1827. 24°.) 

Nathan der Weise... mit Anmerkungen 

von H. Deiter. Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta, 1886. viii, 
lQ6p. 16°. (Schul-AusgabendeutscherKlassiker.) 

Nathan der Weise. . .2. rev. ed. Oxford: 

Clarendon Press, 1893. Ivi, 301 (3) p- 16°. (Ger- 
man classics, ed. by C. A. Buchheim. v. 6.) 

Nathan den Vise. Dramatisk Digt i fem 

Acter. 55 p. (In: Det Kongelige Theaters Reper- 
toire. . .J^'c'(^^w//a57«, 1828-45? nar. 8°. v. 8.) 

Nathan the Wise, a dramatic poem; trans- 
lated by Ellen Frothingham; preceded by a brief 
account of the poet and his works [by Henry Holt]; 
and followed by an essay on the poem, by Kuno 
Fischer. New York: Leypoldt dr" Holt, 1868. xxiii, 
259 p. 12°. 

Nathan the Wise. . .translated by W. Tay- 
lor. Emilia Galotti. . .translated by C. L. Lewes. 
Leipzig : B. Taiichnitz, 1868. 2 p.l., 298 p., i 1. 
16°. (Collection of German authors, v. 9.) 

Nathan the Wise. . .translated into English 

prose by Isidor Kalisch. New York: Waldheimer 
&' Zenn, 1869. i p.l., ix, 212 p. 16°. 

Lessing's Nathan the Wise, translated into 

English verse by E. K. Corbett, with an introduc- 
tion and notes. London: Kegan Paul, Tretich &• 
Co., 1883. Ivi, (2), 185 p. 12°. 

Nathan he-Chacham. . . [Hebrew translation 

by Simon Bacher.] Wien: J. Sehlossberg, 1866. 
xiv, (2), 207, (3) p. 12°. 

German title: Nathan der Weise. Dramatisches Gedicht in 
fiinf Aufzugen ... Ins Ebraische ubersetzt von S. Bacher. 

Comp. Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums, v. 31 (1867). no. 30. 

Same. (In: Bacher (S.) Shaar Shimeon. 

V. 3. T p.l., 266 p. Wien, 1894. 8°.) 

Nathan heChacham . . . [Hebrew translation 

by Abraham Baer Gottlober.] Wien: Spitzer &= 
Hohwarih Jr., 1874. xxix, (i), 272, (2) p. 12°. 

Comp. Ha-Shachar, v. 4(1873)- P- 393-399; v. 5 (1874). 
p. 496. 

Nathan he-Chochom. Eine dramatische 

Unterhandlung. . .in 5 Erscheinungen. . .frei uber- 
setzt. . .vun I. J. Linetzki. [Judeo-German.] 
Odessa: P. A. Leleni, 1884. 80 p. 8°. 

German title: Nathan der Weise. Ein dramatisches Gedicht 
in 5 Aufzugen . . . Frei-bearbeitet im Judischen von I. J. 
Linetzci \sic]. 

Nathan der Chochom. . .Bearbeitet in a 

Erzahlungs-Forme vun B. Gorin. [Judeo German.] 
New York: Katzenelenbogen 6^ Rabinowitz, 1900. 
I p.l., 71 p. 8°. 

Carruth (William Herbert). I,ossing's treat- 
ment of the story of the ring and its teaching. 
(Modern Language Assoc. Publications, v. 16, 
p. 107-116. Baltimore, 1901. 8°.) 

Lf.hmann (Emil). Lessing in seiner Bedeutung 
fiir die Juden. Vortrag. . .(In his: Gesammelte 
Schriften. Berlin, 1899. 8°. p. 235-256.) 

ISIUEi.LER (David Heinrich). Toledot Nathan 
he-Chacham [Hebrew]. (Ha-Shachar. v. 4, p. 39- 
53. Wien, 1873. 8".) 

Mynster (J. P.) Over Lessings Nathan den 
Vise. (In: Det skandinaviske Litteraturselskabs 
Skrifter. v. 13, p. 136-186. K'jobenhavn, 1814. 16°. ) 
Sauer (August). Uber den funfflissigen Iambus 
von Lessing's Nathan. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissen- 
schaften. Philos.-hist. CI. Sitzungsb., Bd. 90, 
p. 625-717. Wien, 1878. 8°.) 

Schmidt (Erich). Nathan der Weise. (In his: 
Lessing. v. 2, p. 486-581. Berlin, 1892. 8°.) 
Schmidt (Heinrich Julian). [Lessing's Nathan.] 
(In his: Geschichte der deutschen Litteratur von 
Leibniz bis auf unsere Zeit. v. 2, p. 343-347- 
Berlin, 1886. 8°.) 

Smolensky (Peter). [The story of the ring fav- 
orable to Judaism, which we know to be the origi- 
nal of the three religions !] (In his novel: Simchat 
Chanef, chap. 2t, first published in his mag. Ha- 
Shachar, v. 3. Wien, 1872. 8°.) 

Trosien (E.) Lessing's Nathan der Weise. 
Vortrag. Berlin: C. Habel, 1876. 32 p. 8°. 
(Virchow & Holtzendorff's Sammlung gemeinver- 
stJindlicher wissenschaftlicher Vortrage. Serie xi. 
Heft 263.) 

WiNZ (Leo). " Eleazar," " Shylock "und " Na- 
than der Weise." (Ost^und West. v. i, col. 661- 
672. Berlin, 1 901. 4°-) 

266. [Mannheimer (Adolf).] Festspiel _z_u 
Ehren des Directors der Realschule der israeliti- 
schen Gemeinde zu Frankfurt am Main... Dr. 
Hermann Baerwald. aufgefiihrt bei seinem fiinf- 
undzwanzigjarigen Amtsjubilaum, am 3 August 
1893. Frankfurt a. M.: Kump iind Reis, 1893. 
36 p. 8°. 

267. Marlowe (Christopher). The Jew of 
Malta. (In: Dodsley's Select collection of^ old 
plays." V. 8, p. 299-395- London, 1780. 16°. ) 

The Jew of Malta. (In his: Works, v. i, 

p. 227-349. London, 1850. 12°.) 

Davidson (Israel). Ha-Yehudi be-sifrut ha- 
anglit. [Hebrew.] [i. The Jew of Malta.] New 
York: A. H. Rosenberg, i^qS- I5P- 8°- 

Repr.: Ner ha-Maarabi, v. i, nos. 6-7. Eng. title: The Jew 
in English fiction. 

Shylock and Barabas: a study in character. 

\_Sewanee,i()Ol.'] ip.l.,l4P- 8°- 

Repr.: Sewanee Rev. v . 9, no. 3. 

Klein (Julius Leopold). The Jew of Malta. 
(In his: Geschichte des Drama's, v. 13, P- oo?- 
708. Leipzig, 1876. 8°.) 

Levi (Harry). " The Jew of Malta." (In his: 
Jewish characters in fiction. English literature. 
Philadelphia, 1903. 12°. p. 13-20.) 

Philipson (David). Marlowe's " Jew of Malta " 
(In his: The Jew in English fiction. Cincmnatt, 
1903. 12°. p. 19-33-) 

Ward (Adolphus William). [Marlowe's Jew of 
Malta.] (In his: A history of English dramatic 
literature, v. i, p. 185-192. London, 1875. » ■) 



26S. Nordau (Max Simon). Doktor Kohn. 
Bi'irgerliches Trauerspiel aus der Gegenwart in vier 
Aufzugen. 2. Aufl. Berlin: E. I/of man &= Co., 
1S99. 200 p. 8°. 

269. Ottolenghi (Lazzaro). II matrimonio 
misto, scene di famiglia divise in otto quadri. 
Acqui, 1873. (Educatore Israelita. v. 21, p. 161- 
171, 193-203, 225-235, 257-268, 321-329. Ver- 
celli, 1S73. S°.) 

270. Petersen (E.) De kristne Joder. Et 
Skuespil i tre Acter. Sidestykke til Vor Handter- 
ing. Kjobenhavn: The Author, \%\t. 2p.l.,4op., 
I 1. 16°. 

271. Rosenzweig (J.) Nathan Schlemiel oder 
orthodoxe und reformirte Juden. Ein Tendenz- 
Lustspiel in 3 Acten. . .Pressburg: C. Anger meyer, 
1873. 2p.l.,47P- 8°. 

272. Sachs (Hans). Ein fasznachtspil mit 
fiinff personen: Dat teuffel nam ein alt weib zu 
der ehe. (In his: [Werke]. Hrsg. von A. v. 
Keller u. E. Goetze. v. 21, p. 17-34- Tubingen, 
1892. %". (Litterarischer Verein in Stuttgart. 
Bibliothek. v. 195.) 

273. [Sessa (Karl BorromEeus Alexander).] 
Unser Verkehr. Eine Posse in einem Aufzuge. . . 
[and in prose]. 8. Aufl. Mit einer Originalzeich- 
nung von Th. Hosemann. Berlin: 0. Janke 
[18- ]. I p.l., 73 P-. I Pl- i6°- 

See Petersen (E.) De kristne Joder. Et Skuespil ... Sides- 
tykke til Vor Handtering. Kjobefihavn, 1816. 16°. (No. 
270 above.) 

Geiger (Ludwig). Ueber den Verfasser der 
Posse: Unser Verkehr. (Allg. Zeitung d. Juden- 
thums. V. 67, p. 7S-S1. Berlin, 1903. 4°.) 

274. Shakespeare (William). The most ex- 
cellent Historic of the Merchant of Venice. With 
the extreame crueltie of Shylock the lewe towards 
the sayd Merchant, in cutting a iust pound of his 
flesh: and the obtayning of Portia by the choyse of 
three chests. As it hath been diuers times acted by 
the Lord Chamberlaine his Seruants. At London: 
Printed by 1. R. for Thomas Heyes, atid are to be 
sold in Patties Charch-yard, at the signe of the 
Greene Dragon, 1600. 38 1. 4°. 

The Excellent History of the Merchant of 

Venice. With the extreme cruelty of Shylock the 
Jew towards the saide Merchant, in cutting a iust 
pound of his flesh. And the obtaining of Portia, 
by the choyse of three Caskets. Written by W. 
Shakespeare. Printed by J. Roberts, \too. 40 1. 4°. 

Merchant of Venice: the First (tho worse) 

Quarto, 1600, a Facsimile. (Griggs & Furnivall.) 
London [1S81]. 4°. 

Merchant of Venice: the Second (and bet- 
ter) Quarto, 1600, a Facsimile. (Priutorius and 
Furnivall.) London, 1887. sm. 4°. 

The most excellent Historie of the Mer- 
chant of Venice [etc.]. London: Printed by M. P. 
for Laurence Hayes, and are to be sold at his Shop 
on Fleet bridge, 1637. 36 1. 4°. 

The most excellent Historie [etc.]. London: 

Printed for William Leake, and are to be solde at 
his shop at the signe of the Croiun in Fleet street, 
between the two Temple Gates, 1652. 36 1. 4°. 

The Jew of Venice. London: Printed for 

Ber.Lintott at the Post-House in tht Middle Temple- 
Gate, Fleet street, iioi. 48 p. 4°. 

The merchant of Venice. A comedy. Glas- 

gow : R. Dufican, 1790. 72 p. 12°. 

The merchant of Venice. A comedy. Lon- 
don : J. Roach, 1804. 71 p. 16°. 
Prompter's copy. Ms. notes. 

The merchant of Venice; a comedy. (In: 

Inchbald (Mrs. E. S.) British theatre. London, 
1808. V. 2.) 

The merchant of Venice, a comedy. London: 

W. Simpkin dr' R. Marshall, 1820. I p.l., il p., 
I 1., 66 p., 1 port. 12\ (New English drama, 
edited by W. Oxberry. v. 10.) 

The Gallery of Shakespeare (Series IV.), 

Merchant of Venice. London, 1832. obi. 18°. 

The Merchant of Venice. A comedy. New 

York, 1848. 12°. 

The merchant of Venice. (In his: Works. 

The text revised by A. Dyce. v. 2, p. 247-330. 
London, \'i>'^l. 8°.) 

The Most Excellent Historie [etc.]. Lon- 
don : Low, i860, vii, Q5 P- 4°- 

New York : D. Appleton df Co. [1S60] 

vii, 95 p. 4°- 

The Merchant of Venice. By Mr. William 

Shakespeare: The Text from the Folio of 1623: 
with Notices of the known Editions previously is- 
sued. London: Printed for L. Booth, l2>^2. 4°. 

Shakespeare's comedy of The merchant of 

Venice as produced by Edwin Booth. Adapted by 
H. L. Hinton. New York : Hurd ^ Houghton 
[cop. 186S]. 88 p. 8°. (Booth's series of acting 
plays, no. 3.) 

Select plays. The merchant of Venice. 

Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A.Wright. Oxford: 
Clarendon Press, ■I'^bZ. xxiii,i3op. 16°. (Clarendon 
Press Series.) 

The Merchant of Venice. Neiv York, 1870. 


Shakespeare's Comedy of The Merchant of 

Venice. Edited, with notes, by William J.Rolfe,A.M. 
New York: Harper df Bros., 1871. vi, 178 p. 16°. 

New York: Harper ^^ Bros.,i'&-2. vi, 

I 1., 9-168 p. 16°. 

The Merchant of Venice. [In five acts.] 

Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A.Wright. Oxford^ 
The Clare7idon Press, 1874. xxiii, 130 p. 8°. 
(Shakespeare's Select Plays. Clarendon Press 

The merchant of Venice. . .as presented. . . 

under the management of H. Irving... London: 
Chiswick Press, iSSi. 3-74 p. 8°. 

The merchant of Venice. (In his: Complete 

works. Harvard ed. By H. N. Hudson, v. 3, p.107- 
235. Boston, 18S1. 12°. ) 

The l^Ierchant of Venice. [In five acts.] 

Edited by W. G. Clark and W. A.Wright. Oxford^ 
The Clarendon Press, 1884. xxiii, 130 p. 8°. 
(Shakespeare Select Plays. Clarendon Press Series.) 

The merchant of Venice. (In his: Works. 

Edited by H. Irving and F. A. Marshall, with notes 
and introductions. . .by F. A. Marshall. . .and. . . 
illustrations by G. Browne, v. 3, p. 241-328. Lon- 
don, 1888. sq. 8°.) 



■ A new variorum edition of Shakespeare. 

Edited by 11. M. Furness. v. 7. The merchant of 
Venice. Philadelphia: J. B. I.ippincolt Co., 1S88. 
xii, 479 p. 8°. 

Merchant of Venice; annotated .. .by S- 

Thurber. Boston, 1892. 12°. 

The merchant of Venice, with an introduc" 

tion and notes by E. E. Hale, jr. New York: Uni- 
versity Pub. Co. [1901] xxii, 89 p. 12°. (Stand" 
ard literature series, no. 49.) 

The merchant of Venice. [London? 18 — ] 

5-63 p. 12°. 

Prompter's copy, interleaved. Ms. notes. IVIarked from 
C. Kean's prompt-book. 

a comedy. Lon- 
p. 12°. (Lacy's 


The Merchant of Venice 

don : T. H. Lacy [iS— ]. 64 
acting edition of plays, v. 25.) 

The merchant of Venice. A comedy 

don: T. LL. Lacy [18 — ?J. 64 p. 12°. 

Prompter's copy, interleaved. Ms. notes. 

The merchant of Venice; a tragedy, in five 

acts. London: /Vatioftal Acting Drama Office[i2) — ]. 
54 p., I pi. 12°. 

Prompter's copy, interleaved. Ms. notes. 

Shakespeare's play of The merchant of 

Venice. With historical and explanatory notes by 
Charles Kean. . .3. ed. London: J. K. Chapman 
&■ Co. [18—] 2 p.l., 9-85 p. 12°. 

Prompter's copy, interleaved. Ms. notes. 

The merchant of Venice. A comedy in five 

acts. A^e-ci/Vorh: S. French [18—?]. vi, 9-63 p. 
8°. (French's standard drama, no. 61.) 

Prompter's copy. Ms. notes. 

Le marchand de Venise. Come'die traduite 

de I'Anglais de Shakespeare. L.ondres [Paris ?\ 
1768. 6 p., I 1., 125 p. 8°. 

Le marchand de Venise: comedie en 3 acts; 

[traduit par A. V. de Vigny]. (In: Vigny (A. V. 
comte de). Theatre. . .CEuvres completes, v. i. 
Paris, 1839. p. 225-350. 8°.) 

;_ Shylock Oder der Kaufmann von Venedik 

[sic'l. Ubersetzt vun J. Bovshover. [Judeo-German.] 
New York: J. Katzenelenbogen, 1899. 116 p., 
I port. 8°. 

English title : The merchant of Venice. A comedy . . . 
Rendered into Yiddish by Basil Dahl [pseud.]. 

The first 3 acts appeared first in Der nayer Gayst (New 
York, i8g8. 4°.) 

O Mercador de Veneza, Drama. TraduC9ao 

Livre. Lisboa, 1879. 8°. 

Aid in the study and teaching of Lady of the 
Lake, Evangeline, and Merchant of Venice. Com- 
piled by a committee. . .appointed by Kings County 
Institute. .. 1898. San Francisco: Whitaker &= 
Pay Co., igo2. 56 p. 8°. (Western educational 
help, no. 2.) 

Basset (Rene). L'origine orientale de Shylock. 
(Keleti szemle. Revue orientale pour les etudes 
ouralo-altaiques, v. 2, p. 182-186. Budapest, 1901. 

Boas (A. T.) The merchant of Venice. A lec- 
ture. . .Adelaide: IV. K. Thomas &= Co., 1886. 14 p. 

Repr.: "University Shakespeare Journal." 

Bonus (A.) Shylok, zur Judenfrage. 8 Briefe 
an eine Judin. (Preuss. Jahrblicher 83 (1896): 412- 

(In his: William 

New York, 1898. 

The merchant of 

Brandes (Georg Morris Cohen). Kobmanden af 
Venedig. (In his: Samlede Skrifter. v. 8, p. 174- 
199. Kjobenhavn, 1901. 8°.) 

The merchant of Venice. 

Shakespeare, v. i, p. 178-202. 


Brooke (Stopford Augustus). 
Venice. (In his: On ten plays of Shakespeare. 
London, 1905. p. 1 27-1 54. 8°.) 

Cami'isell (/. baron), John Campbell. The 
merchant of Venice. (In his: Shakespeare's legal 
acquirements considered. Neiu York, 1859. p. 59- 
63. I2\) 

CoHN (Oswald). Uber Shakespeare's Kaufmann 
von Venedig. (In: Philanthropin. Frankfurt a. M., 
1904. pt. 2, p. 249-302. 4^.) 

Conway (Moncure Daniel). Shakespeare's "Mer- 
chant of Venice ": an atonement. (Jewish World. 
London, Jan. 16, 1880. f°.) 
An abstract of M. D. Conway's lecture. 

Croker (Thomas Francis Dillon). The stage 
Israelite, p. 70-72. 8°. 

Clipping from the Era Almanack (London), 1881. p. 70-72. 

Davidson (Israel). Shylock and Barabas : a 
study in character. [Seivanee, 1901.] i p.l., 14 p. 


Repr.: Sewanee Rev. v. 9, no. 3. 

DuTORT (Paul). Le marchand de Venise. (In his- 
Essais litteraires sur Shakespeare, ou analyse raison- 
nee, scene par scene, de toutes les pieces de cet 
auteur. Paris, 1828. v. 2, p. 96-140. 8°. 

Gervinus (Georg Gottfried). The merchant of 
Venice. (In his: Shakespeare commentaries. Trans- 
lated. . .by F. E. Burnett. London, 1875. p. 230- 
247. 8°.) 

Gettemy {Mrs. Mary Ellen Ferris). [A study 
of The Merchant of Venice.] (In her: Outline 
studies in the Shakespearian drama. Galesburg, 
Lll., 1904. p. 101-123. 12".) 

Graetz (Heinrich). Shylock in der Sage, im 
Drama und in der Geschichte. 2. Aufl. LCrotoschin: 
B. L. Monasch dr" Co., 1899. I p.l., 36 p., i 1. 8°. 

Comp. his Geschichte der Juden, v. 10 (1897), p. 1^2; and 
M. Steinschneider in his Hebraeische Bibliographic, v. 21 
(1881), p. 12-13. 

[GuizoT (Guillaume). Confe'rence sur le " Mar- 
chand de Venise."] 

Kahn (Mathias). La conference de M. Guizot 
sur le " Marchand de Venise." (Univers 
Israelite, v. 39, p. 443-450. Paris, 1884. 

Prague (H.) La confe'rence Guizot. (Archives 

israelites. v. 45, p. 86-87. Paris, 1884. 


Hales (J.W.) Shakespeare and the Jews. (Eng. 

Historical Rev. v. 9, p. 652-661. London, 1894.) 

Harris (Maurice Henry). Shylock. (In his: 

Selected Addresses: second series. New York, 

1895. p. 7.) 

Hawkins (Frederick). Shylock and other stage 
Jews. [Followed in the next number by a symp- 
osium on the character of Shylock, by Theo- 
dore Martin, An Actor, F. J. Furnivall, Frank 
Marshall, James Spedding, Israel Davis, David 



Anderson, and Frederick Hawkins.] (The Theatre. 
New ser., v. 3, p. 191-igS, 253-261. London, 1S80. 

The two DOS. containing these articles are for Xos-. and 
Dec, 1879. 

Same, reprinted in American Hebrew, v. i, 

nos. I, 2, 7-9. A^eiv York, 1S79-S0. I' . 

Hazlitt (William). The merchant of Venice. 
(In his Characters of Shakespeare's plays. 4. ed. 
London, 1848. 16°. p. 264-272.) 

Heine (Heinrich). Jessika Porzia. (Der Kauf- 
mann von Wenedig.) (In his Englische Frag- 
mente und Shakespeare's Miidchen und Frauen. 
P- 307-334. Ha7nburg, 1S76. l6°. Saammtliche 
Werke. Bd. 3.) 

Jessica. Portia. [The merchant of Venice.] 

(In his Florentine nights . . . and Shakespeare's 
maidens and women, p. 377-401. Avw York, 
1891. 12°. Works translated from the German 
by C. G. Breitmann.) 

Lathrop (Elise). The merchant of Venice. 
[Where the merchant traded.] (In her Where 
Shakespeare set his stage. N'ev York, 1906. 8°. 
p. S3-103, 2 pi.) 

Lee (S. L.) The original of Shylock. (Gentle- 
man's Mag. V. 246, p. 185-200. London, 1880. 

Comp. Jewish World, Feb. 20, 1880, p. 10. 

Lehmann (Emil). La verite sur Shylock. 
■.(Univers israelite. v. 35, p. 327-332. Paris, iSSo. 

Translated from Lehraann's German article in the Dres- 
dener Zeitune by Lazare Wogue. 

Levi (Harry). "The merchant of Venice." 
(In his: Jewish characters in fiction. English litera- 
ture. Philadelphia, 1903. 12°. p. 21-29.) 

LfevY (Hyppolite). A William Shakespeare. 
(Archives israelites. v. 49, p. 408-410, 416-418. 
Paris, iSSS. 4°.) 

LoGEMAN (Henri). Notes on The merchant of 
Venice. (Englische Studien. v. 33, p. 193-215. 
Leipzig, 1903. 8°.) 

Mayer (Louis). Shylock was not a Jew. (Jewish 
Review and Observer, v. 28, no. 18. Cleveland, 0., 
Nov. 6, 1903. f°.) 

Reprinted from the Modern View of St. Louis. 

MuHR (A.) Der Kaufmann von Venedig. (Allg. 
Zeitung d. Judenthums. v. 2, p. 285-287. Leipzig, 
1S38. 4°.) 

Philii'son (David). Shakespeare's "Merchant 
of Venice." (In his The Jew in English fiction. 
Cincinnati, 1903. 12°. p. 34-53.) 

Salaman (Charles Kensington). Shylock, from 
a Jewish point of view. (In his Jews as they are. 
Lofidon, 1SS2. 12°. p. 211-255.) 

ScHUDT (Johann Jacob). Jiidische Merck- 
wiirdigkeiten. v. i, p. 191-195. Franckfnrt, 1715. 

Gives two pound-of-flesh stories, in one of which a Christian 
was the claimant against a Jew before Pope Si.xtus V. No 
reference is made to the Merchant of Venice. 

Sevoni'I [pseudonym of Isaac P. Noyes?]. The 
name "Shylock." A critical e.xamination of the 
characters in the Merchant of Venice. (Religio- 
Philosophical Journal, devoted to spiritual phil- 
osophy, v. 38, no. 23, p. I, 8. Chicago, Aug. i, 
1885. i\) 

S1.MROCK (Karl Joseph). Zum Kaufmann von 
Venedig. (In his Die Quellen des Shakespeare in 
Novellen, Marchen und Sagen, mit sagengeschicht- 
lichen Nachweisungen. v. i, p. 181-254. Bonn, 
1872. 12°. ) 

The merchant of Venice. (In his The re- 
marks of M. Karl Simrock, on the plots of Shake- 
speare's plays. With notes and additions by J. O. 
Halliwell. London, 1850. 8°. p. 45-63.) 

SoKOLOw(Nahum). Novelli-Shylock. [Hebrew.] 
(Ha-Zefirah. v. 29, no. 243. IVarsaiu, 1902. f'.) 
On the acting of Ermete Novell!. 

Ward (Adolphus Ward). The merchant of 
Venice. (In his A history of English dramatic 
literature... v. i, p. 389-393. London, 1875. 8°.) 

Warde (Frederick). Shylock. A study. (Jewish 
Ledger. jVe7o Orleans, Oct. 30, 1903. p. 22-23. 

Weiss (Louis). Origin of Shakespeare's Shylock. 
(In his Talmudic and other legends. A^ew York, 
1SS8. 12°. p. I-IO.) 

WiNZ (Leo). " Eleazar," "Shylock" und 
" Nathan der Weise." (Ost und West. v. i, col. 
661-672. Berlin, igoi. 4°.) 

Young (James). Relative to Mr. James Young's 
lecture on Shylock. [A'^ew York? 1901 ?] 24 p. 

275. Sheridan (Richard Brinsley). The 
Duenna. A comic opera [in 3 acts and in prose]. 
[1775-] (In his Dramatic works, v. 3, p. 91-1S3. 
A'^ewYork, 18S3. 8°.) 

Levi (Harry). " The Duenna," by Richard 
Brinsley Sheridan. (In his Jewish characters in 
fiction. English literature. Philadelphia, 1903. 
12°. p. 30-36.) 

276. Stein (Leopold). Haus Ehrlich, oder, 
DieFeste... Drama in fiinf Aufziigen. Leipzig: 
Nies'sche Buchdrtickcrei, 1863. viii, 160 p. S°. 
(Institut zur Forderung der israelitischen Literatur. 
Schriften. 8. Jahr, 1862/63.) 

277. Tullidge (Edward W.) Ben Israel; or, 
From under the Curse, in 5 acts. Salt Lake City : 
J. C. Graham, 1S75. 52 p. 8°. 

278. Wohlbrueck (W. A.) II Templario e 
I'Ebrea. Der Templer und die Jiidin. Grosse 
romantische Oper in 3 Aufziigen. In Musik gesetzt 
von H. A. Marschner. Vollstjind. Klavierauszug 
. . . Neue Ausg. nach der 2. Bearbeitung, mit 
deutsch. & ital. Texte. Leipzig: F. ILofmeister 
[18—?]. ip.l.,23op. i\ 

279. Yushkevich (Semion). Der Hunger. A 
Drame in vier .Vkten. Vun russischen libergesetzt 
[vun] Olgin. [Judeo-German.] Warsaw: Driick 
" L/ezeJirah," Verlag " Die Welt" [ IFilna], 1906. 
Ill p. 8°. 

Koswen (M.) S. Yushkevich i yevo piesa 
"Golod." [S. Yushkevich and his play "Hun- 
ger." Russian.] (YevreiskayaZhizn. ^Iay, 1906. 
P- 155-174- St. Petersburg. 8°.) 

280. Zametkin (Michael). A Russian Shylock. 
A play in four acts. A^w York: [7'he author,] 
1906. 12°. 

[Zangwill (Israel). Children of the Ghetto.] 
Dei r.scH (Gotthard). Zangwill's Ghettokinder 

auf der Biihne. (Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthura. 

v. 64, p. 152-153. Berlin, 1900. 4°.) 



[Zapolska (Gabryela v.)] 

Landau (Saul Raphael). Ein jiidisches Prole- 
tarierdrama. " Malka Schwarzenkopf " von Ga- 
bryela V. Zapolska. (In: Welt. v. 2, no. 5, 
p. 15-16. IVien, 189S. 4°.) 

Dramas in Hebrew. 

Klein (Julius Leopold). [Die dramatische Form 
. . .vermisst man bei dem Volke Gottes.] (In his: 
■Geschichte des Drama's, v. i, p. S8-90. Leipzig, 
1S65. 8".) 

Macdonald (Duncan B.) The drama in Se- 
mitic literature [and, especially, in the literature of 
the Hebrews]. (In: Biblical World, n. s. v. 5, 
p. 16-28. Chicago, 1895. 8°.) 

" The result of the inquiry will be almost purely negative." 

Paperna (Abraham Jacob). Ha-Drama bi- 
Kelal wehalbrit bi-Ferat. [The drama in general 
and the Hebrew drama in particular. Published 
by the editor of Ha-Meliz.] Odessa: L. Nitzsche 6^ 
A. ZeJerbaiiin, 1867. i p.l., 26 p. 8°. 

Sup. to Ha-Meliz, v. ig. 

Steinberg (Joshua). En Mishpat. . . Wilna: S. 
J. Fiinn &= Rosenkranz, 186S. 24 p. 24°. Repr. : 
Ha-Karmel. v. 7 (1868), p. 56-57, 63-66. 

[Lebesohn (Abraham Dob Baer).] Tokachti 
la-Bekarim, meet Shalom b. Shelomoh Friedmann 
[pseud.]. Wilna: R. M. Roi)im,x%b'^. 28 p. 12°. 

hidividiial Plays. 
2S1. Andermann (David Meir). Emunah we- 
Haskalah. . .Drohobycz: A. H. Zupnik, 1887. 72, 
xi, (1) p., 2 1. 16°. 

German title: Emina Whaskula (Glauben und Wissen). 
Allegorisches Drama in funf Acten. 

282. Apfel (Samuel Abel). Kishron ha-Chokmah 
u- Mappach Nefesh...[A tragedy.] Czernowitz: 
E. Heilpern, 1882. 10, 67, (9) p. 

German title: Kischron Hachochma, draraatisches Gedicht. 

283. Hirschbein (Pharez). Weite und no- 
hente: Bilder in 4 Akten. Jiidisch [von] A. A. 
Ben Gur. Wilna: '■'Die Welt," 1906. 68, (i) p. 

284. Horelik (M.) Ha-Chamsan ha-Katan. 
[A play for children in 5 acts.] Warsaw: '^ Tu- 
schijah," \<^02. 29 p. 12°. (Li-Bene ha-Neurim. 82.) 

285. Kesher Bogedim. . . [An anonymous trag- 
edy of the life of Maximilian, emperor of Mexico, 
in 4 acts and in verse.] Wilna, 1891. i p.l., 
96 p. 12°. 

2S6. Landau (Judah Leo). Yesh Tikwah. [A 
drama of contemporary Jewish life in 3 acts. With 
a preface by Judah Loeb Pilpel.] JCra/cau: L. 
Pilpel, 1S93. 48 p. 8°. 

German title: Jesch-Tikwah. Schauspiel in 3 Acten aus 
dem jijdischen Leben in der Gegenwart. Wurde das erste Mai 
auf der Stadtbiihne in Brody [in 1893] aufgefiihrt. 

286a. Luzzatto (Moses Chayyim ben Jacob 
Chay). of Padua, 1707-47. La-Yesharim Tehillah 
. . . [Praise for the upright. A drama in 3 acts and 
a prologue, and in verse.- Written in honor of his 
pupil Jacob ben Moses di Gavis on the occasion of 
his wedding to Rachel da Vega Enriques.] Ms. 
Amsterdam, n. d. 4 p.l., 25, (i) f. 8°. 

A copy of the first ed. (Amsterdam, 1743) ? Sq. char, and 

the pref. in Rashi char. Hand-made paper. Was presented 
in 1859 by its owner, Jacob Meir Lehren at Amsterdam, to 
another man (Getschlik ben Suesskmd ?) of the same city. 

La-Yesharim Tehillah. .. [2. ed., with a 

preface by Solomon of Dubno.] Berlin, 1780. 
42 1. 12°. 

Another ed. [With an approbation signed 

by Joseph ben Jacob Isaac Hochgclehrnter, Rabbi 
at Samoscz, and Abraham ha-Cohen Chasid of Am- 
sterdam; reprinted from Isaac Aryeh ha- Levi Mar- 
galiot's ed. of Lemberg, 1799.] Jozefoiv: D. S. I. 

Wax, 1826. 92 p. 12°. 

The publisher remarks that he was loath to ask the rabbis of 
his own generation for approbations, as he knew them to be 
generally opposed to poetical writers; wherefore he reproduces 
instead the rabbinical approbation given in a previous edition. 

Another ed. Wilna: R. M. Romm, 1849. 

xii, 60 p. 12". 

Another ed. Warsaw: I. Goldman, 1884. 

80 p. 12°. 

La-Yesharim Tehillah (dem Verdienste 

seine Krone), ein allegorisches Drama in 3 Akten. 
[Hebrew.] (In: Martinet (Adam). Tiferet Yisrael 
Oder: Hebriiische Chrestomathie. . .Bamberg, 1837. 
8°. p. 268-323.) 

. ..Laj'scharim T'hillah ins Deutsche uber- 

setzt von J[eremiah] Musen. . .[Hebrew and Ger- 
man.] Lemberg: S. L. Kugel, \%1^. 109 p. 12°. 

Buch La-Yesharim Tehillah ubersetzt vun 

Leschon Kodesch. . . vun Gedaliah ben David ha- 
Cohen Berger mi-Dubno. [Ms. Judeo-German.] 
\_Diibno?\ 1876. 81 p. 16°. 

German cursive characters. 

Only tojhe beginning of the 5. scene of the 3. act. 

Delitzsch (Franz). Zur Geschichte der jiidi- 
schen Poesie. Leipzig, 1836. 8°. p. 88, 91-92- 

Paperna (Abraham Jacob). Ha-Drama . . . 
Odessa, 1867. 8°. p. 6-8. 

PoLLAK (Chayyim Joseph). Cheker ha-Mech- 
kar ha-Mitboded]. [A commentary on the 2. scene 
of the 2. act. Hebrew.] (Ha-Mebasser I'Galizien. 
Edited by A. I. Menkes, v. i, p. 69-71. Lemberg, 
1861. f°.) 

Slouschz (Nahum). La renaissance de la litte- 
rature hebraique. Paris, 1903. 12°. p. 13-16. 

287. Malbim (Meir Loebusch ben Jehiel Mi- 
chel). Shire Kodesh we-lahem Mashal u- Melizah 
... [A dramatic poem in 4 acts and in verse. Pro- 
vided with vowel-points and published, with a note 
at the end in lieu of a preface, by Jehiel Bril.] 
Paris, 1867. I p.l, 142 p. 24'. 

Shire Kodesh we-lahem Mashal u Melizah 

. . .[2. ed., enlarged.] Warsaxv : N. H. Herzog, 
1877. 156 p. 24°. 

Mashal u- Melizah. .. [3. ed.] Warsaw: 

Lewin-Epstein Bros., 1894. 156 p. 16°. 

2S7a. Monassowitz (M.) Neshef-Purim. [A 
play for children in i act.] Warsaw: " Tuschi- 
ja k, " i()02. 19 p. 12°. (Li-Bene ha-Neurim. 81.) 

288. Tawjew (Israel Chayyim). Bi-Mekom 
Derasha. [A play for children in i act.] _ War- 
saw: " Tuschijah," 1902. 25 p. 12°. (Li-Bene 
ha-Neurim. 80.) 



Translations into Hebrew. 

2Sg. Berquin (Arnaud). MusarNaarRa. [A 
play for children in iS scenes. Translated from 
the French by I. M. Salkind. ] Warsaio: " 7m- 
schijah," i()02,. 54 p. I2°. (Li-Bene ha-Neurim. 

290. Gessner (Salomon). Eldad we-Tirzah 
Oder Erast...ins Hebraische iibersetzt von David 
Samoscz. (In: Samoscz (D.) Esh Dat. v. i, 
p. S3-127. Breslau, 1S34. 12.) 

Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von). Faust. He 
brew translation by M. Letteris. See Section U 
Elisha ben Abujah (end of first and beginning o 
second centuries). 

291. Lessing (Gotthold Ephraim). Abinadab 
... [A free Hebrew translation of Lessing's Philo- 
tas, by Joel Berisch Falkowitsch.] Odessa: L. 
Nitzche^ A. Zederhaum, \'ii^%. 28 p. 8°. 

German title; Abinadab nach G. E. Lessing Philotas, ein 
Trauerspiel in einem Aufzug, in's Hebraische frei ubersetzt 
in Dubno . . . 1820. 

Die Juden. Nathan der Wise. See Sec- 
tion II. 

292. Sarah Bat Simson. [Miss Sara Sampson. 

A drama in 5 acts; translated into Hebrew prose 
by Peli-Israel Frenkel.] Warsaw: M. Lewinski, 
1887. 90, (i) p. S". 

293. Maffei (Francesco Scipione). Merab. La 
Merope. Tragoedia. .quam ex Italico sermone in 
linguam sacram classicam convertit. . .S. A. Ro- 
manelli. Nunc primum cum prazfatione et notis. . . 
edita e manuscripto autographo translatoris. . . 
editoris T. A. Weikert. .. Italian and Hebrew. 
RomcE: F. Pusiet, 1904. xvi, 205 p., i facsim. 8°. 

294. Salkind (I. M.), translator. Ha-Aniy- 
yim. [A play for children in i act and 5 scenes; 
freely translated from the French.] Warsaw : 
" TiiscJiijah," 1903. 23 p. 12''. (LiBene ha- 

295. Shakespeare (William). Hamlet... 
[Translated from the English into Hebrew by 
Chayyim Jehiel Bornstein.] (Ha-Zefirah. v. 27- 
28. Warsaw, 1900-1901. f°.) 

[Hamlet's monologue; translated by Judah 

Loeb Gordon.] (In; Col Shire J. L. Gordon. 
V. 5, p. 81-82. Wilna, 1898. 8°.) 

Smolensky (Peter). [Hamlet and Faust com- 
pared, a criticism; with a translation of 
several passages from Hamlet, including 
the monologue.] (In his novel: Simchat 
Chanef, chap. 20-21, first published in his 
mag. Ha-Shachar, v. 3. Wie?i, 1S72. 8°.) 

296. Ha-Melec Lear... [King Lear. A 

tragedy in 5 acts. Translated from the English 
into Hebrew blank verse by Samuel Loeb Gordon. 
Warsaw: " Tusc/iija/i," 1S99. 2 pt. in i v. 12^. 
(Bibliotheca Ibrit. 61-62.) 

297. Macbeth. [A tragedy in five acts. 

Translated into Hebrew verse from Friedrich von 
Schiller's German translation, by Isaac Barb.] 
Drohobycz: Zupnik dr" Knoller, iZZ'i. 123(1) p. 8°. 

298. Ithiel ha-Cushi mi-Venezia . . . [Othello. 

Translated into Hebrew blank verse by Isaac Elie- 
zer Salkinson. With an introduction by Peter 

Smolensky.] Vienna: Spitzer df Hohtvarth, Jun., 
1874. XXXV, (1), 198, (2). 12°. 

English title: Othello... Translated into Hebrew by J. E. 
S. Edited by P. Smolensky. 

Comp. P. Smolensky in his Ha-Shachar, v. 5, p. 295-296. 
(Wien, 1874. 8°.) 

299. Ram we-Jael... [Romeo and Juliet. 

Translated into Hebrew blank verse by Isaac 
Eliezer Salkinson. With a letter to the translator 
by Peter Smolensky.] Wien: G. Brog, 1878. xii, 
167, (i) p. 12°. 

English title: Shakespeare's Romeo and'Juliet...Translated 
into Hebrew by J. E. S. 

Comp. P. Smolensky in his Ha-Shachar, v. 9, p. 237, 287- 
288, ^46-351. 406-408. (Wien, 1878. 8°.) 

[Sudermann (Hermann). Johannisfeuer.] 
Klausxer (Joseph). Esh Johanan. [A re- 
view. Hebrew.] (In: Ha-Dor. v. i, no. 
17, p. T3-15. Krakajt, 1901. f°.) 

300. Vulpius (Christian August), Lahakat ha- 
Shodedim... [" Rinaldo Rinaldini, der Rauber- 
hauptmann eine romantische Geschichte unseres 
Jahrhunderts" (Leipzig, 179S), combining simple 
narrative with dialogue, and interspersed with 
songs; translated from a Polish translation by 
Chayyim Goldstein of Piotrkow. With the appro- 
bation of Aryeh Judah Jacob Meisels, rabbi of 
Piotrkow. Published by the translator's son, Jacob 
Goldstein.] Warsaw: N. Schriftgisser, 1858. 2 
pt. in I V. 12°. 


301. Behar (Jakim). La fami[li]a misteriosa. 
Teatro in 4 actos in poesia. [Wien: J. Sehles- 
inger,'] 649 [1S89]. 56 p. 12°. 

Rashi characters. The only drama in this dialect known to 
Max Gruenbaum. See his Jtidisch-spanische chrestomathie. 
(^Frankfurt a. M., 1896. 8°. p. 145-146.) 

Judeo-German Dramas. 
Original and adaptations. 

302. [Abramowitsch (Shalom Jacob).] Die 
Taxe, Oder die Stodt-Baale-Toboth. Gedruckt be- 
Hischtadluth Mendeli-Mocher-Sforim. Wilna: 
S. J. Fiinn Ssf A. Z. Rosenkranz, 1S72. 88 p. 8°. 

Die Taxe. N^ew York: J . Katzenelenbogen, 

1899. 99 p. 8°. 

303. Avramovitz (Max). Mein Theater-Maga- 
zin. Eine Erzahlung fiber Schmendrik's Gliickund 
Ungliick, seine ganze Lebens-Biographie, zusam- 
mengesetzt aus 237 Namen von Theater-Stticke 
seit idisches Theater existirt vun 1877 bis 1S95. 
New York: E. Zunser [1S95]. 12 p. 8°. 

English title: My theatrical magazin. 

304. Axenfeld (Israel). Mann un Weib, 
Schwester un Briider... a Theaterstiick in 2 
Akten. Odessa: M. Berlinson, 1867. 68 p. 8°. 

305. Beckermann (Simeon). [Hadassah] Die 
Ch'luzah. A Drama in vier Akten. Odessa, 1883. 
108 p. sq. 8. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Hadassah die Ch'luzah. . .Varfasst auf dem 

Art von Schomer. /f^rt;-.yrt7<:'.-y. Unterhendler, 1884. 
112 p. S . 

306. Ben-Zion (lienedi.x). A Familien-Drame 
oder die falsche Kiduschin. A Drame in fiinef 
Akten. An emethe Geschichte, far der judischen 
Biihne ausgearbet. . . Odessa, 1883. i p.l., 85 p. 
sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 



307. A grosser Sod. A Melo Drama in vier 

Akten. New York [iSgg]. Ip.l.,i24p. sq. 8 . 

Ms. in lead pencil. German cursive characters. 

308. Die umzufriedene GUickliche. Komo- 

die in 4 Akten. [Odessa,] 1S83. 35 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

309. Der Zwua'k. A komische Komodie 

in vier Akten und 6 Bilder mit Gesiing und Tanz. 
Nach (^uelien bearbet vin Mosche Silberman. [Actu- 
ally written by B. Ben-Zion.] [Odissa, 18S3.] 1 p.l., 
39 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. An adaptation of Moliere's 
Le Tartu fe. 

310. Bernstein (S.) Reb Jochze Dal Geeh. A 
Komodie mit a Roman in 5 Akten... Kishinev: 
L. CJiarik, 1SS4. 32 p. 8°. 

311. Eppelberg (W. H.) Die verbittene Joz- 
roth. A Lustspiel in ein Akt. IVarsazv: A. Un- 
ierJiendle?-, 1890. lb p. 8°. 

312. [Ettinger (Solomon).] Serkele oder die 
falsche lohrzeit. Komodie in fiinf Akten. Geschehn 
in Lemberg. New ed. IVarsazv: J. Lebensohn, 
1875. 80 p. 8°. 

313. [Falkowitsch(Joel Berisch).] Reb Cha- 
jimil der Kozin. Ein Theater in 4 Akten. Bear- 
beitet nach K. . . Odessa: M. E. Belinson, 1866. 
166 p. 8\ 

Written in St. Petersburg, 1S64. 

Rochele die Singerin. Ein Theater in 4 

Akten. Bearbeitet nach S. & R. K. von B. F. 
Zhitomir: A. S. Szadow, 1868. 125 p. 8°. 

314. Gnib (J. D. H.) Das Chanuka-Trenderl. 
Ein antiques Familien-Stiick von unsere Leut'. In 
2 Aufzugen. Renovirt von J. D. H. Gnib. Wien: 
J. Sehlossberg, 1884. 50 p. 12°. 

In German characters. 

315. Goldfaden (Abraham). Die Bobe mit 
dem Enikel oder Bonzie die Knotlechlegerin. Melo- 
drama in 3 Akten mit Gesang. Warsaw: Bauin- 
ritter cr" Gonsior [1S91]. 40 p. 8°. 

Die Bobe mit dem Enikel... New York: 

J. Saphirstein, 1893. 40 p. 8°. 

Die Bobe mit dem Enikel... IVarsazv: J. 

Lidski, 1905. 40 p. 8°. (Goldfadens Theater 

316. Fanatik; oder, Die 2 Kunie Lemils- 

Komodie in 4 Akten und 7 B[ilder]. [rSS-?] 55 p. 
sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

Der Fanatik oder die Beide Kuni-Lemil 

Opereta in 4 Akten un in 8 Bilder. .. Warschaw: 
Baumritter ^^ Go7isior , \%%1 . 62 p. 8°. 

Der Fanatik. ..A^^w York: J. Saphirstein, 

1893. 62 p. 8°. 

317. Die beide Kni-Lemil. .. Warsaw: J. 

Lidski, 1905. 62 p. 8°. (Goldfadens Theater 

318. Die kaprisne Kallah-Maud oder Kab- 

zensohn et Hungermann. Melodrama in 4 Akten 
un in 5 Bilder. Warsaw: Baumritter <2r^ Gonsior, 
X887. 46 p. 8°. 

Die Kaprisne Kallah-Maud. New York: 

J. Saphirsteiti, 1893. 46 p. 8°. 


Die Kischufmacherin (Zauberin). Op- 

eretta in 5 Akten un in 8 Bilder. 
rittcr 6^ Gonsior, 1887. 66 p. 

Die Kischufmacherin. . . 

ritter 5r= Gonsior [1891]. 64 p. 

Die Kischufmacherin. .. 

Warsazu: Baum- 

Warsaw: Batim- 
Warsazu: J. Lid- 
ski, 1905. 64 p. 8°. (Goldfadens Theater Maga- 

320. [Schmendrik.] Die Komische Chathunah 
von Schmendrik mit die Kallah in drei Akten. , 
(Ein Lust Spiel in ein Akt von dem Kater.) [By 
A. Goldfaden.] (Lied vun Feitel Narr mit Notki 
Gannaw. Ein Lust Spiel in drei Akten. [Anon.] 
[Lemberg: B. L. Recheles, 1875.] 68 p. 24°. 

Schmendrig oder die Komische Chathunah. 

A Komodie in 3 yVkten. . . Warsaw: J. Lebensohn, 
1890. 40 p. 8°. 

321. Das zehnte Gebot, " Lo Thachmod." 

Komische Operetta (Zaubermahrchen) in 5 Akten, 
10 Verwandlungen in 28 Bildern... Krakau: J. 
Fischer, iS97[-98]. 8°. 

Played first in New York in 1887. 

322. Gordin (Jacob). Gott.Mensch und Teuwel. 
Drama in 4 Akten mit a Prolog. New York: Iti- 
ternat. Library Pub. Co., 1903. 102 p., i port. 

[Same, under the title:] Das Geld. Drama 

in 4 Akten aus dem Judischen. [German.] (In: 
Die Welt. v. 10, nos. 1-4, 6-9. Koln, 1906. 4". 

Souvenir programme. Grand benefit per- 
formance of J. Gordin's play, Gott, Mensch und 
der Teufel for the East Side Janitors' Society, Thalia 
Theatre, May 19. [English.] [New Yot-k, igo^.} 
15 p. 8°. 

323. Die Jethomah. Drama in 4 Akten. 

Speciell geschrieben fiir... Madame K. Lipzin. 
[New York: K. Lipzin, cop. 1903.] 47 p. 8°. 

323a. [Der jiidischer Konig Lear. Le- 

bensbild in 4 Akten.] 

Aronstein (Philipp). Shakespeare in Gali- 
zien. (Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums. 
v. 66, p. 368-370. Berlin, 1902. 4°.) 

Der judischen Konig Lear. B'nai Brith 

(Independent Order of). — George Jessel Lodge. 
Special performance of Jacob Gordin's The Jewish 
King Lear by Jacob P. Adler and his company. 
Given under the auspices of George Jessel Lodge... 
at Grand Theatre... New York... on... Dec. ig, 
1905. [Nezv York: Berkowiiz Ss' Proper, 1905.] 
19, (3) P-. I 1- 8°. 

[Die Kreutzer Sonata.] 

LiPSKY (Louis). Die Kreutzer Sonata. Ameri- 
can Hebrew. New York, Jan. 31, 1902. 

324. Medea. A historische Tragedie in 4 

Akten, bearbeitet fur der judischer Buhne. ..fiir... 
Madame K. Lipzin. [With a preface by M. Bucan- 
sky.] New York: Judischer Tdglicher Herold ,\%g-i. 

47 p. 8°. 

An adaptation of F. Grillparzer's Medea. 

325. ...Mirele Efroth die idische Konigin 

Lear. A Lebensbild in 4 Akten. Speciell ge- 
schrieben fiir Madame K. Lipzin. New York, 1898. 

48 p. 8°. 

[Siberia.] Cahan (Abraham). Siberia in 

Union Theatre. (Arbeiter Zeitung. v. 2, 
nos. 47-48. New York, 1891. 8°.) 



326. Die wilde Prinzessin oder Medea's 

jugend. A historische Drama in 4 Akten. Spezieli 
geschrieben fiir Madame K. Lipzin. N^e'w York: 
Daily Jezuish Ihrald, 1898. 55 p. 8°. 

Herz (Judith), /j^?/(/. (/Mrs. Mary Dunlop 
McLean. East Side Jewish plays and 
playrights. Jacob Gordin, the leader of 
the Russian realistic school, and some of 
his work. (New Era Illustrated Mag. v. 4, 
p. 31-38. New York, 1903. 8°.) 
Jacob Gordin and the Kreutzer Sonata. (Cur- 
rent literature, v. 41, p. 520-421. New 
York, 1906. 8°.) 
Souvenir zu Jacob Gordins zehn-jahrigen Ju- 
bilaum. Neiu York [/. Lipshitz\, igor. 
40 p. 8°. 
[Gorin (Bernard). Der Wilner Baal-Habess'l.] 
(Announcement in: Der Nayer Gayst. v. i, p. 372. 
Neio York, 189S. 4°.) 

327. Gottlober (Abraham Baer).] Der Deck- 
tuch oderzwei Chuppes in ein Nacht. A Komodie 
in drei Akten. Warsaw: J. Werbletiski, 1876. 
72 p. 16. °. 

328. Heller (Jacob M.) Die Wolf in Fell von 
Schaf. A Komodie in ftinf Akten. \^Odessa?\\%%\. 
ip.l-,53P- sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

329. Kalmus (Ulrich). Geschichte vun a sel- 
tenem B'rith un a genarrte Chathunah. Theater 
in 4 Akten. Warsaw: N. Schriftgiesser [1883?]. 
72 p. 8°. 

330. Schmerele Trostinetzer. Theater in 

drei Akten. WarsaTo : I. 0. Alapin, i%?,2>- 5o p. 

331. Katzenelenbogen (Joseph). Das Pflege- 
kind. Ein originelles Lustspiel in 5 Aufziigen und 
9 Bildern mit Gesangen und Tanzen...aus dem 
Volksleben. [Odessa, 1S8-?] 30 f. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

332. Lateiner (Joseph). David's Fiedele 
(David's Geige). Lebensbild in 4 Acten. Krakaii: 
A. Faust, Podgdrze [printed\ 1904. 66 p. 8°. 

• Mammon der Geld-Gott oder Korachs 

Ozeroth. Historische Operette in 4 Akten. Krakati: 
A. Faust, Podgdrze [printed], 1904. i p.l. , 59 (i) p. 

333. Lerner (Marie). Die Agunah. A Drama 
in 4 Akten un 6 Bilder. (In: Haus-Freund. Hrsg. 
vun M. Spektor. v. 2, p. 27-78. Warsaw, 1896. 

334. Libin (Z.), pseud, of Israel Hurwitz. 
[Die zubrochene Ilerzer.] Broken hearts. A drama 
in four acts. Argument of the play. Synopsis of 
acts; cast of characters. [English.] [New York: 
Lipshitz Press [190-] 2 1. 8°. 

335. Mali (P. H.) In der Finsterniss. ADrama 
in 4 Akten. Odessa: A. Dyclino, 189S. 72 p. 8°. 

336. Marks (Rudolph). Der Bowery Tramp; 
oder, der Geld-Schidech. Lebens Drama in 5 Akten 
und 7 Tabloen. [New York, 1S9-] i p.l., 54 1. 
sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

337. Chajim in Amerika; oder, der Nacht 

Dieb. Drama in 5 Akten mit Gesange und Tiinze. 
[New York, i8go?] i p.l., lOi p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

338. Der .Silver Konig. Drama in 6 Akten 

— II Tabloen. [New York, \'i%C).'\ 47 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

339. Die zwei Schwester. Salon Drama in 

4 Akten und 11 Bilder. [AVw York, 1S90?] 38 I. 
sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

340. Mendelssohn (Ludwig). Intimes aus de 
Liliengass'. Ein Buchdrama in l Akt. Berlin: 
J. L. V. Laverrenz [iSg-?]. 62 p. 12°. 

In German characters. 

341. Minikes (Chanan Jacob). Zwischen In- 
dianer, oder der Country-Pedler. Komischer Vaude- 
ville in I Akt mit Gesange und Tanze. . . N'ew York: 
J. Katzenelenhogen, 1895. I p.l., 21 p. 8°. 

342. Perez (Isaac Loeb). Bei dem fremden 
Chuppah-Kleid. A Szene vun warschauer Leben. 
(In his: Schriften. Warsa'cV,\f^o\. p. 114-126. 8°.) 

343. A Literatur-Szene. Gewidmet Theil 

junge Dichter. {Ibid. p. 105-113.) 

344. Pinski (David). Eisik Scheftel.ein jiidisches 
Arbeiterdrama in drei Akten. Autorisierte Ueber- 
tragung aus dem jiidischen Manuskript von M. 
Buber. [German.] Berli?i: Jiidischer Verlag [^rti, 
1904]. 6 p.l., 15-103 p., I 1. 12°. 

345. [Rabinowitsch (Shalom).] Die Assefah. 
A " reine Komodie" vun Schulamith. (In his: 
Judische Volks-Bibliothek. v. 2, p. 205-220. Kiev, 
1889. 8°.) 

346. Der Get. A Komodie in 3 Bilder vun 

vShalom Alechem. (In: Hausfreund. Hrsg. vun 
M. Spektor. Warsaza, 1894. v. i, p. 45-62. 8°.) 

Der Get. Szenes vun'm amoligen jiidischen 

Leben. Vun Shalom Alechem. (In i Akt und 3 
Bilder.) Warsa-w: J. Edelstein &f Co., 1905. 32 p. 
12°. (Biicher far Alle. 13-14.) 

347. Judische Gazetten un Journalen. A 

Phantasie vun Shalom Alechem. (In : Judische 
Volks-Zeitung. Krakau, 1903. v. 2, no. I. 4°,) 

348. Racko'w (Nahum). Der Griiner in Lon- 
don; oder, der Missionar. Volks Stiick in fi'inf 
Akten. [London, 1890.] 50 1. sq. 8". 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

349. Richter (Moses). Reb Herzele Mejiches, 
oder Jejkele Bal Hagule. Lebensbild in 4 Akten, 
mit Epilog und 8 Bilder. Lcmberg: Munk S^ Roth, 
Podgdrze [printed], 1903. vi, 57 p., i port. 8°. 

350. Rosenfeld (Morris). Elend und Toit. A 
Tragodie in ein Akt und vier Bilder. (Arbeiter 
Zeitung. New York, 1891. v. 2, no. 6. f°.) 

351. Rosenzweig (Leo). Ein erster Mai in 
zwanzigsten Jahrhundert, oder die kumend Revo- 
lution. Nach dem Muster vun Schiller's " Ver- 
schworung des Fiesko zu Genua." Trauerspiel in 5 
Akten. A'c'v York : S. Goldstein, 1896. 74 p. 8°. 

351a. Sabiesensky (Baer Isser). Der Pusto- 
krat, oder der Solide und der Unart. A Drame in 
ftinf Akten und elf Kartines. [Vitebsk? 1883.] 
371. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

A dramatization of his novel, " Die Schwere Zeit." 

352. Seiffert (Moses). Die gele Redakzie. 

Vaudeville in i Akt. [New York, 1900?] i p.l., 
22 p. sq. 8°. 
Ms. German cursive characters. 



353. [Selikovitsch (George).] Lord Attah 
Hareta gefangen oder Die koniische Nekamah vun 
Gleichheit. A Melodrama in ein Akt [and in verse] 
vun Litweschen Philosoph [pseud.]. (In his: Yokim- 
B&mbQ. .. BrookIy7t, N. Y. [iSgg.] 8°.) 

354. Die "stumme Beschaffenis." Komodie 

in zwei Akten. [A satire in prose on the anarchistic 
organ " Die freie Arbeiter Stimme." Signed: Sam- 
bation.] (Arbeiter Zeilung. v. i, no. 33. iVew 
York, 1S90. f°.) 

355. [Shaikewitz (Nahum Meir).] [Der Baal 
Theschubah oder] Die [zwei] Jethomin. \_New York, 
1889?] 39 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

356. Der idischer Poritz. Drama in 5 Akten, 

in 10 Kartines. Wilna: L. Matz,\'i%^. Ti^. 12°. 

Der idischer Poritz. . . IVihta: Widoiu 6^ 

Bros. Komm, 1897. 72 p. 12°. 

357. Die kokete Damen. Komodie in 4 

Akten, mit a Prolog. Nezv York: B. Rabiuoivitz, 
1900. 78 p. 12°. 

35S. Der Revisor. A Komodie in 4 Akten. 

Umgearbeitet frei von der. . .russischer Komodie 
" Revisor" [by N. V. Gogol]. Odessa: A. Schulze, 
1883. 56 p. 8°. 

359. Sinani. Die " Unterthanige." A Drama 
in ein Akt. Arausgegeben vun AUgemeinen idischen 
Arbeiterbund in Lita.Polen und Russland. Geneve: 
Driickerei vwi Allget7ieineni idischen Arbeiterbutid 
{''Bjtnd"), 1904. 23 p. 24°. 

360. Smulewitz (Solomon). Freitag in Hester 
Street. A Komodie in ein Akt. Nezu York, 1904. 
14 1. sq. 8\ 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

361. Pastuch un Prinzessin. Operetta in i 

Akt. New York, 1905. 20 p. 4°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

362. Vun Gluck zum Strick. Ein Operetta 

in ain Akt. N'cw York, 1906. 33 1. 4°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

363. Szlifersztein (A.) Dora; oder, der Mil- 
lionar als Bettler. Drama in 4 Acten. Lemberg : 
D. Roth, 1905. 50 p., I port. 8°. 

364. Terr (Jacob). Der amerikaner Arbeiter 
oder der Kampf filr das Leben. Lebens Drama 
vun unsere Zeiten in 5 Akten. (In his: Natur und 
Laben. New York, 1898. 8°.) 

365. Don Juan; oder, Liebe und Rache. 

Eina. . .Lebensdrama von 19. Jahrhundert. Neiv 

York, 1888. 2 p.l., 61 p. sq. 8°. 
Ms. German cursive characters. First produced in 1S94. 

366. Die idische Grafin. Ein wirkliche Pas- 

sirung vun idischen Leben in Russisch-Polen in 4 
Akten und 8 Bilder. New York, 1903. I p.L, 21, 
24, 22, 23 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

367. Die Stiafmutter. A Drama in fiinaf 

Akten und zehn Bilder. . .Rostov on the Don, 1882. 
74 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

368. Techijath ha-Methim, oder der 

Jichus-Schiduch. Melodrama in 5 Akten 6 Bilder. 
[New York,] 1893. 81 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

369. Der Verfasser in Kind-Bett. A Ko- 
modie in ein Akt. 15 p. (In: Die idische Biihne. 
v. r. New York, 1897. 12°. ) 

Same. (In his: Natur und Leben. .New 

York, i8g3. 8°.) 

Comp. Jacob Oordin in his review of Die idische Biihne, 
in Freie judische Hiihne. AVw I'ork, 1897. 8°. p. 33. 

370. [Wohlmann (Israel Meir). ] Der Cherem 
de-Rabbenu Gerschon oder die Weibersche Knup- 
lach. Ein Theater in 5 Akten in Gereimen... 

Warsaw: J. Lebensohn, 1877. 48 p. 12'. 

371. Die weibersche Knliplech. Ein Thea- 
ter-Spiel in 5 Akten. Hrsg. vun M. I. W[ohl]- 
m[ann]. Wilna: Funn, Rosenkratiz cSr' Schriftset- 
zer, 1881. 44 p. 16". 

372. Wolfssohn (Aaron). Leichtsinn und 
Frommelei: ain Familien Gemalde in drei Aufzu- 
gen. 2. ed. Amsterdam: Johann Levi Rofe cSr" 
his son Benjamin [179S ?]. 79 p. l6°. 

373. Yissurim. Drama in ein Akt. (In: Russ- 
lander sozial-demokratische Arbeiter Partei. Im 
Kampf. p. 16-31. Geneve, 1900. 16°. ) 

374. Zahik (David). Dia Rosa zwischen Dor- 
nar. Ein Theater in 4 Aktan. Piotrkow : F. 
Belchatowski, 1884. 80 p. I2°. 

Translations into Judeo-German. 

375. [Ben-Zion (Banadix), translator.] Das 
aifersijchtige por Volk. A Komodie in 4 Akten. 
ijbersetzt vin Deutschan M. Silbermann. [Actu- 
ally translated by B. Ben-Zion.] {Odessa,] 1883. 
I p.l., 67 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

376. Flotte Burschen; oder, Hanzal Schu- 
ster. Operette in 2 Aktan. Ubersetzt vin M. Sil- 
bermann. [Actually translated by B. Ben-Zion.] 
\_Odessa,] 1883. 14 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

377. Lumpazius Vagabundus ; odar, das 

grossa Gewinnst. A Komodie in 3 Akten, uber- 
setzt vinem Deutschan vin Moses Silbermann. 
[Actually translated by B. Ban-Zion.] [Odessa,] 
1883. I p.l., 65 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

378. Die ungluckliche Ehe. Vun Deutsch 

ubersetzt. Ne^v York [19 — ]. i p.L, 98 p. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

379. Zehn Madchan und kein Mann. Ope- 
rette in 2 Akten. Ubersetzt von M. Silbermann. 
[Actually translated by B. Ben-Zion.] [Odessa,] 
1883. 19 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

[Brachvogel (Albert Emil).] Souvenir pro- 
gramme. Grand benefit performance of Brochfo- 
gel's [sic] Solomon Kaus, the inventor, by Mr. & 
Mrs. Jacob P. Adler and their Company, given 
under the auspices of the Enianu-El Brotherhood, 
at Grand Theatre. .. Dec. 5, 1904. .. [English.] 
[New York,] 1904. 6 1. 8°. 

380. Buechner (Georg). Danton's Tot. _ A 
Tragodia in 3 Akten. Ubersetzt vun A. Frumkin. 
London: Verlag, " Arbeiter Freund," 1905. Sop. 

381. Chekhov (Anton Pavlovich). (i) Der 
Bar. [A Komodie in ein Akt.] (2) Der Schiduch 
[A Komodie in ein Akt.] Uebersetzt vun Abraham 



Frumkin. London : Grtippe "Arbeiter Freund," 

1905. I p.l., 36 p. 8°. (Vun Fremde Lescho- 
noth. No. I.) 

3S2. Goethe (Johann Wolfgang). Faust von 
Goethe bearbeitet von A. Tannenbaum. Brooklyn, 
N.Y.:Heb.Pub.Co.[i()0-] 38 p. 8°. 

383. Hauptmann (Gerhard). Die Weber. 
Drama in 5 iVkten [and in prose]. . .iibersetzt vun 
Jacob Milch. A^ew York; Ililfs-Verhand der 
Polnischen Sozial, Partei, 1905. 2 p.l., (i), iii- 
vi, 102 p. 12°. 

English title: The weavers. 

Die Weber. . .Judisch vun A. A. Ben-Gur 

(pseud.). JVilna: Verlag" Die lVe/(," igob. 109, 
ii p. 8°. 

3S4. Ibsen (Ilenrik). Geister vun jener Welt. 
Familien Drama in 3 Akten. Ubersetzt vun Joel 
Enteen. yVew York: Internat. Lib. Pub. Co., 

1906. 16°. 

385. Xora oder_ a Lialkes Haus. Drama 

in 4 [read: 3] Akten. Ubersetzt vun Morris Win- 
chevsky. A'eiv York: AI. Maisel, 1906. i p.l., 
107 p., I port. i6°. 

Eng. title: A doll's house. Translated by M. Winchevsky. 

3 86. Die Stutzen_ vun der Gesellschaft. 

Drama in vier Akten. Ubersetzt vun Abraham 
Frumkin. Londofi : Verlag " Arbeiter Freund," 
1906. 109 p. 12°. 

387. __ Der Volksfeind. Schauspiel in 5 Ak- 
ten. Ubersetzt vun Saul Yanovsky. Neiv York: 
Progressive Library, igo6. i p.l., 138 p., i port. 

B1RNB.A.UM (Nathan). Mathias Acker, pseud. 
Henrik Ibsen and the Jewish view of life (Hebrew). 
[Translated from the author's German manuscript 
by S. I. Posner.J (In: Mimizrach Umimaarab. 
v. 4, p. 6S-78. Berlin, 1899. 8°-) 

Ibsen and Judaism (Russian). 

from the German by K. K.] (In: 
Zihzn. St. Petersburg, July, 1906. 

Hermalin (David Moses). Henrik Ibsen (Judeo- 
German). (In; Minikes' Yomim Noraim un Suc- 
coth Blatt. A^ew York, 1906. f°.) 

388. Liemoine. Der feine Kabzon. Ein melo- 
drama mit (iesangen und Tanzen in funf Akten. 
Nach dem Sujete " Der Muttersegen" ftir die idi- 
sche Buhne bearbeitet von N. N. [Odessa? 1S8-.] 
40 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

389. Lerner (Joseph Judah), translator. 
ter Liebe ; oder, Zwei Chatunoth in ein Tog. 
drama in 5 Akten. Uebersetzt von Lerner von 
Franzosischen. [1886.] 52 1. sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. Copied by M. Nechamkus. 

390. Shakespeare (William). Julius Casar, 
Eine istorische, trahedische Drama. . .in 5 Erschei- 
nungen. . .frei ubersetzt und bearbeitet in'm prost- 
judischen Jargon [in prose] von Bezalel Wischne- 
polski. . . Warschau: A. Gins, 18S6. 14S p. 12°. 

German title: Julius C.isar. . . frei uebersetzt und bearbeitet 
in der neu jiidischen Sprache von C. E. Wischnepolski. 

391. Der Konig Lear oder Die undankbare 

Kinder. Bearbeitet noch Shakespeare's Tragodie 
vun A. S. Halperin. Mit Bilder. Warsa^u: A. 

p. 158-160. 


Gins, 1904. 43 p. 16°. (Zuckermann's Volks- 
A prose tale from Shakespeare's drama. 

Merchant of Venice. See " Other Dramas 

of Jewish life," s. v. Shakespeare. 

Judeo-Gkkman Stage Songs. 

392. Alle neueste judische Theater und Volks- 
Lieder. . .von. . . J. Lateiner, A. Goldfaden, S. 
Mogulesko und R. Marks. . . A/^ew York: A^. Kala- 
schiner is' Co. [18 — ] 47 p. 12°. 

393. Alle neueste Theater-Lieder und Couple- 
ten. . .35 Lieder. . .New York : J. Katzenelenbugen. 
[189—]. 50, (16) p. 12°, 

394. Avramovitz(Max). A Buntele Blumen. 
Gewahlte Coupleten und Volksiieder. . .New York: 
ICatzenelenbogen Cir' Kantrowitz [1894]. 4, 12 p. 

395. Buentele Blumen (A) in vier Theilen 
. . .New York: J. Katzenelenbogen, 1896. 6, 8, 
12, (4), 32 p. 12°. 

1. Alle Lieder vun Akedath Jizchkak vun Abraham 


2. Coupleten un Volksiieder von Ma.x Avraraowitz. 

3. Alle Lieder vun Kuzri vun Prof. Horowitz. 

4. Anekdoten vun G. Braude. 

396. Goldfaden (Abraham). " Hozmach's 
Kromel" vun verschiedene Antiken. 25 jiidische 
Volksiieder, was senen gesungen geworen in Gold- 
fadens jiidischen Theater. Zusammen geklieben 
vun Abraham Jizchak Tanzmann. . . Warsaw : 
M. M. Zuckermann, 1891. 88 p. 12°. 

397. Die neueste Goldfadens judisch Thea- 
ter-Lieder. . .A'd'w Fisr/J.-y. Katzenelenbogen, 1893. 
26, (i) p. 12°. 

Die neueste Goldfaden's judische Theater- 
Lieder. . .und einige Volksiieder. . .von E. Zunser, 
M. Rosenfeld und W. Ehrenkranz. New York: 
J. Katzenelenbogen, 1893. i p.l., (i), 37 p., 5 1. 12°. 
1896. (r), 37 p., 8 1. 12". 

398. Die beriihmte Lied von " Steh auf 

mein Volk " . . . [A^^w York: J. Katzenelenbogen 
189- ] 3 p. 16°. 

399. Idische Biihne (Die). Jubilaum Aus- 
gabe. N'ew York: J. Katzenelenbogen, 1897. 2 pt. 
Unpaged. 12°. 

2. Abth. Volksiieder, Theater Lieder, Konzert Lieder, Ar- 
beiter Lieder, Deklamationen . . . 

Eng. title: The Jewish stage . . . Pt. 2 . . . theatrical coup- 
lets, labor songs and popular songs, and recitations . . . Com- 
piled by J. Katzenelenbogen . . . 

Same. [Pt. 2., enlarged.] Brooklyn, 

N. Y., 1903. 12°. 

400. Judische Konzert- und Theater-Lieder 
...von A. Goldfaden, E. Zunser, S. Moguleski 
und Arbeiter-Lieder. New York: J. Katzenelen- 
bogen, 1890. 54 p. 12°. 

401. Judische Theaterlieder. . . AV'i^ York: J. 
L'Catzenelenbogen [189-]. 54 p. 12°. 

Judische Theater-Lieder in 4 Theil. . .25. ed. 
Ne-v York : J. Katzenelenbogen, 1894. ip.l., (i), 
74 P- 12°. 

Another copy. 

26. ed. A^e7i) York: J. Katzenelen- 
bogen, 1S97. (i), 74 p. 12°. 



402. Judische Theater-un Volks-Lieder . .. 2. 
Theil. Die Harfe... N'ew York : J. Katzenelen- 
bogen [1S92]. p. 57-S8. 12°. 

English tiile: The harp. Hebrew songs. 

Die Harfe. . . Brooklyn, New York : 

Heb. Pub. Co., 1902. v. p. 12°. 

403. Katzenelenbogen (S.Joseph). Judische 
Melodien oder Volks-Lieder. . . ausgevvahlte Lieder, 
Coupleten un Fabeln vun seine. . . Theaterstuck. . . 
Milna: A. H. Katzenelenbogen, 1S87. x,(i), 86 p. 

404. Lieder-Album (Der). A Sammlung vun 
alle idischc 'I'heater-Lieder, Koncert-Lieder, 
Coupleten un Volks-Lieder . . . Brooklyn, N. Y. : 
Heb. Pub. Co. [iQOi] vii, 245 p. 12°. 

English title: The song album, containing all theatrical 
couplets, labor songs, popular songs and recitations. 

405. Lieder Buch von Cupleten. [yV^w York, 
189-?] I p.l., 5SL sq. 8°. 

Ms. German cursive characters. 

406. Marks (Rudolph). Rudolph Marks' 
Bibliothek. . . Ein Auswahl von. . . Coupleten und 
Deklamationen. . . Verfast und gesungen von R. 
Marks. Neiu York : Jl/. Prickles, 1896. 32 p. 


407. Mogulesko (Sigmund). Coupleten, komi- 
sche und humoristische, fiir der judischer Biihne. . . 
Odessa: M. Bclinson, 18S1. pt. i. 32 p. 12°. 

408. Souvenir. Der Album enthalt alle 

neueste Theater-Lieder, Coupleten un Duetten. 
New York: J. Katzenelenbogen [1900?]. 13 p. 

409. Neuste (Die) judische Konzert und 
Theater Lieder. 10. Aufl. New York : J. Kat- 
zenelenbogen, 1894. 63 p., I port. 12°. 

410. Neuste (Die) Theater und Volks Lieder. . . 
Nezv York: J. Katzeneletibogen^iliq^. 18 1. 12°. 

English title: The latest people's stage songs. 

411. Reingold (Isaac). Die neueste Reingold's 
Theater- und Volkslieder gesungen mit englische 
Melodien. In 2 Theil. Chicago: J. Lidskin [1896]. 
I p.l., 21 1. 12°. 

412. Der Phonograph Komische Coupleten 

und Theater-Lieder mit bekannte englische Melo- 
dien .. . Chicago : J. Lidskin [189-]. i p.l., 7 1. 

413. Reingold's Liederbuch . . . Parodien 

nach die. . . popularste englische Lieder, gesungen 
mit de neueste Melodien. N'ew York: J. Katzen- 
elenbogen [189-?]. no. I. I p.l. , 6 1. 4°. 

English title: Reingold's songster. 

414. Reingold (Isaac), and others. Die 
Strune. Auserwahlte Theater- und Volkslieder 
mit bekannte englische Melodien. . . in 2 Theil. 
Chicago: J. Lidskin [1894?]. 23 1. 8°. 

415. Verschiedene Deklamationen und 
Theaterlieder in 5 Theilen. . . N'e^v York : J. Kat- 
zenelenbogen [189-]. I p.l., 16 I. 12°. 

The Stage. 

Abrahams (Israel). Jews and the theatre. 
(In: Jewish Chronicle. London, Nov. 13, 1S91, 
Jubilee supplement, p. 21-23. ^°-) 

The Jews and the theatre. The Purim 

play and the drama in Hebrew. (In his: Jewish 


18. New York, i 
den idischen Theater 

life in the Middle Ages. London, 1896. 8°. p. 

Bernheimer (Charles S.) The Russian Jew 
in the United States... Philadelphia : The J. C. 
IVinston Co., 1905. 8°. 

Chap. VII. Amusement and social life (p. 221-254). New 
York, by A. H. Kromenson; Philadelphia, by Mrs. Simon N. 
(Charlotte Kimball) Patten; Chicago, by I. K. Friedman. 

Bril (Isaac Leep). Development of the Viddish 
stage. (In: Jewish Comment. Baltimore, Oct. 17, 

1902. p. I. r .) 

Buber (Martin). Eine jungjiidische Biihne. 
(Die Welt. v. 5, no. 45. IVien, 1901. 4°.) 

Cahan (Abraham). Der idischer Theater un 
die amerikaner Romanen. [Judeo-German.] (Ar- 
beiter Zeitung. v. 3, no 

A Debatte Uber 

(Ibid. no. 24.) 

Dramatische Welt (Die). A monatliche 
Schrift vun Literatur, Kritik un dramatische Neues, 
speciell gewidmet dem judischen Theater. Re- 
daktirt vun Jacob Gordin. [Judeo-German.] New 
York, 15 July-i6 Oct., 1904. 4 nos. f". 
No more published. English title: The Dramatic World. 

Fein (M.) Was lehrt der Thalmud iiber 
Schauspielkunst, Musik und Gesang ? (Ben Chan- 
anja. v. 4, p. 25-27. Szegedin, 1861. 4".) 

Franzos (Karl Emil). Der Pojaz. Eine 
Geschichte aus dem Osten. Mit einem Portrat. 
Stuttgart: J. G. Cotta, 1905. 4S6 p., i port. 12°. 

Freie judische Volksbiihne (Die). Redaktirt 
vun Joel Enteen. . . Ne%u York: N. M. Shaikezvitz, 
1897. 34 p. 8°. 

Frischmann (David). Judisch Theater. (In: 
Sammelbuch " Kultur." Warsaw, 1905. 12°. p. 

Gordin (Jacob). Der Suget vun mein zu- 
kunftige Drama. [A satire in verse. Judeo- 
German.] (Arbeiter Zeitung. v. 3, no. 21, New 
York, 1892. f.) 

Idische Theaters un idische Dramaturgen. 

{Ibid. no. 40.) 

Comp. the letters of Jacob Milch and Louis Miller, ibid, 
nos. 41, 43, 44. 

Hapgood (Hutchins). The stage. Theatres, 
actors and audience. Realism, the spirit of the 
Ghetto theatre. The history of the Yiddish stage. 
(In his: The spirit of the Ghetto. New York, 1902. 
8°. p. 113-176.) 

Zur Geschichte des Jargontheaters. (Die 

Welt. V. 8, nos. 6-7. Wien, 1904. 4°.) 

From " Spirit of the Ghetto." 

Hebrew Actors' Protective Union of New 
York. Journal. Herausgegeben vun die judische 
Aktoren Union zu seiner 4ten Jahresfest. New 
York, den 27 December, 1903. \_New York : 
Lipschitz, 1903.] 13 p., I port. 8°. 

Horovitz (Josef.) Der Mimus in judischen 
Quellen. (In his: Spuren griechischer Mimen im 
Orient. Berlin, 1905. 8°. p. 89-95.) 

Idische Buhne (Die). Jubilaum Ausgabe. 
[Judeo-German.] New York : J. Katzenelenbogen, 
1S97. 2 v. in I. 12°. 

1. Abth. Artiklen: Geschichte, Kritik. Belletristik. Skiz- 
zen, Poesie. 

2. Abth. Volks Lieder, Theater Lieder, Konzert Lieder. 



Arbeiter Lieder, Deklamationen. Beilage: Business Notizen, 
Witzen, Anekdoten. 

Eng. title: The Jewish stage. Pt. i . . . a collection of ar- 
ticles and stories . . . Edited by C. H. J. Minikes. Pt. 2 . . . 
theatrical couplets, labor songs and popular songs, and recita- 
tions . . . Compiled by J. Katzenelenbogen . . . Issued in honor 
of the twentieth anniversary of the Jewish stage. 

Reviewed by Jacob Gordin in Treie judische Volksbiihne. 

New York, 1897. 

Jaffa (Isaac). 
Kalender. . . von 
N'eiv York, 1895. 

Jastro'w ,(M.) 
Revue des Etudes 
Paris, 1888. 8°.) 

Comp. Krauss (S.) 
worter, s. 7>. ludim. 

Der judischer Theater wie er is. 
(Judisch-amerikanischer Volks- 
A. Harkavy. v. 2, p. 60-62. 


Les Ludim ou Ludai. (In: 
juives. V. 17, p. 308-310. 

Griechische und lateinishe Lehn- 

K. (P.?) The Jewish Theatre. (Ha-Mehz. v. 38, 
no. 2S7. .SV. Pelerslnirg, iSgS. f^) 

Kayserling (Meir). (Antonio Enriquez Go- 
mez als Dramatiker.] (In his: Sephardim ..Leip- 
zig, 1859. 8°. p. 226-243.) 

Kohut (Adolph). Buhnenkunstler und Btihn- 
enleiter. (In his: Bertihmte israelitische Manner 
und Frauen. v. I, p. 161-259. Leipzig \\(^o6\. 8°.) 

Karpeles (Gustavj. The Jewish stage. (In 
his: Jewish literature and other essays. Philadel- 
phia, 1895. 12°. p. 229-24S.) 

Loew (Leopold). Was lehrt der Thalmud iiber 
Schauspielkunst, Musik und Gesang? II. [Sup- 
plementing the article of M. Fein, see supra.] (In 
his: Ben Chananja. v. 4, p. 37-40, 64. Szegedin, 
1S61. 4°.) 

(In his; Gesammelte Schriften. v. 4, 

p. 10S-132. Szegedin, 1898. 8°.) 

Das Schauspiel. (In his: Die Lebensalter 

in der jiidischen Literatur. p. 295-300. Szegedin, 

1S75. 8^) 

Meisach (Joshua). Bamat Yischak o Masa 
Ge Chizzayon. [On the Jewish stage. Hebrew.] 
Warsa-co: Baiimritter &'Gousior, !%'&(). 40 p. 16^. 

Menkes (Hermann). Jiidisches Theater in 
Galizien. (Allg. Zeitung d. Judenthums. v. 57, 
p. 526-528. Berlin, 1893. 4°.) 

Miller (Louis). Ueber idische Kunst. [Judeo- 
German.] (Arbeiter Zeitung. v. 3, no. 17. A^ezu 
York, 1S92. r.) 

Perles (Joseph). Etymologische Studien zur 
Kunde der rabbinischen Sprache und Alterthlimer. 
(Monatsschrift f. Gesch. u. Wissenschaft d. Juden- 
thums. V. 19, p. 494-500. Breslau, 1870. 8".) 

Rappoport (Solomon Loeb). Ed (Ludi Secu- 
lares). [Hebrew.] (In his: Erech Millin. Prngae, 
1852. sq. 8°. p. 30-33-) 

Richards (Bernard G.) Yiddish theatre in 
Boston. (Jewish Home Journal, v. 3, p. 15-19. 
Boston, 1904. 8°.) 

S. (F.) Das Theater und die Juden. (Die Welt. 
V. 3, nos. 7, 9, 15, 23. IVien, 1S99. 4°.) 

Sachs (Michael). [Was zur Zerstreuung und 
Lust von offentlichen Schaustellungen iiblich war. .. 
[und] in den beiden Talmuden erwahnt... [ist].] 
(In his: Beitraege zur Sprach- und Alterthums- 
forschung. Aus jiidischen Quellen. Heft i, p. 123- 
124; Heft 2, p. 121. Berlin, 1851-54. 8°.) 

Schach (Fabius). Das judische Theater, sein 
Wesen und seine Geschichte. (Ost und West. v. i, 
col. 347-358- Berlin, 1901. 4°.) 

[Selikovitch (George).] Der idischer Roman 
und Theater. [Judeo-German.] (Arbeiter Zeitung. 
V. I, nos. 27-29. New York, i8go. f°.) 
The article is signed " Sambation." 

Shalom Alechem, psend. of Shalom R.-vbino- 
wiTSCH. Shimeli. [A story of the life of a Jewish 
actor. Hebrew.] (In: Ha-Asif. v. 5, depart- 
ment of fiction, p. 49-64. Warsaw, 18S9. 8°.) 

Theater Journal (Der). Erscheint ein Mol in 
zwei Wochen. B. Gorin, Redaktor. [Judeo-Ger- 
man.] Nezu York: Oct. i, 1901-Feb. 15, 1903. 
8° and 4°. 
No more published. 

Wiener (Leo). The Jewish theatre (In his: 
The history of Yiddish literature in the nineteenth 
century. Av7tv York, 1899. 8^ p. 231-243.) 

Zangwill (Israel.) The jargon players. (In 
his: Children of the Ghetto, v. i, p. 375-384- 
Philadelphia, 1892. 8°.) 


This index includes only those dramas of which 
the complete text is represented in the preceding 
list. The arrangement is alphabetical by authors. 

Akramowitsch (Shalom Jacob). 

Der Prisiw. 248 

Die Taxe. 302 

Aguado (Miguel R.) 

Sarah y Joseph. 223 

Ahasverus Spiel. 118 

Ai-DRICH (Thomas Bailey). 

Judith of Bethulia. 151 

Alfieri (Vittorio). 

Abele. 14 

Saul. 6S 

Alle neueste judische Theater- und Volks-Lieder. 


Alle neueste Theater- Lieder und Coupleten. 393 

Andermann (David Meir). 

Emunah we-Haskalah. 281 

Angela Fortunata. 

Aseneth. 26 

An-ski (S. a.) 

Otetz i syn. 256 

Apfel (Samuel Abel). 

Kishron ha-Chokmah u-Mappach Xefesh. 2S2 

Aretino (Pietro). 

II marescalco. 257 

Armstrong (George Francis). 

The tragedy of Israel. 92 

Atlass (Joshua). 

Ha-Nirdaf me-Erez Russia. 252 

Avramovitz (Max). 

A Biintele Blumen. 394 

Mein Theater-Magazin. 303 



AxENFELD (Israel). 

Der erste judische Rekrut in Russland. 

Mann un Weib. 
Bank (Joshua). 

Tebusat Absalom. 
BAOUR-Lormian (P. M. F. L.) 

Beckermann (Simeon). 

[Hadassah] Die Ch'luzah. 
Behar (Jakim.) 

La familia mistericsa. 
Ben-Zion (Benedix). 

Das eifersiichtige por Volk. 

A Familien Drame. 

Flotte Burschen. 

A grosser Sod. 

Lumpazius Vagabundus. 

Schaul ha-Melech. 

Die umzufriedene Gliickliche. 

Die ungluckliche Ehe. 

A varumglucktes Auto-da-fe. 

Zehn Wadchen und kein Mann. 

Der Zwua'k, 
Bernstein (S.) 

Reb Jochze Dal Geeh. 
Berquin (Arnaud). 

Musar Naar Ra. 








Berg (O. F.) 

Einer vonunsere Leut'. 
Biblical dramas, arranged by H. G. Hale and 

Newton M. Hall. i 




BOISSON (Marius) and LuciEN RiCAlLLE, 
La vengeance du Juif . 


Brown (Charles Hovey). 


Buechner (Georg). 
Danton's Tot. 


Buentele Blumen. 


Burton (Richard). 


Byron (Lord). 


^Calderon dela Barca (Pedro). 
Autos sacramentales. 
Los cabellos de Absalon. 
Judas Macabeo. 
El mayor monstruo los zelos. 
La sibila del Oriente. 




Caroline (Louise). 

Baruch von Spinoza. 


Chaschkes (Moses). 


Chateaubriand, Vicomte de. 


Chayyim Abraham ben Aryeh Loeb. 
Milchamah be-Shalom. 
Gedulat Joseph. 



Chekhov (Anton Pavlovich). 
Der Bar. 


Chester plays. 


Chirikov (Yevgeni). 


Cohen (Salomon Jacob). 

Maaseh Nabot ha-Yizreeli. 
Cohn (Herman). 

Der Barbier von Schuschan. 

Cohn (Isaac Jehoiada). 
Boaz we-Ruth. 

Corneille (Pierre). 





CoUTTS (Francis). 

The song of songs. 
Crippen (T. G.) 

Joseph in Egypt. 
Cumberland (Richard). 

The Jew. 260 

Daniel in the lion's den. 139 

Diamante (Bautista Juan). 

La Judia de Toledo. 2II 

Duche de Vancy (Joseph Fran9ois). 

L'Assalonne. 86 

II Gionata. 76 

Ebb (Sophie R.) 

Joseph. 30 

Ebersberg (Ottokar Franz). See Berg (O. F.) 

Efrathi (Joseph). 

Meluchat Shaul. 7° 

Eppelberg (W. H.) 

David in der Wuste. ' 77 

Esterka. 218 

Die verbittene Jozroth. 311 

L'Ermite de la Rue Gauvin. 

Daniel. 140 

Esteve, Abbe. 

Moise sauve des eaux. 46 

Esther ha-Malkoh. 120 

Ettinger (Solomon). 

Serkele. 312 


'E^aywyr;. 48-49 

Falkowitsch (Joel Berisch). 

Reb Chajimil der Kozin. 3I3 

Fenton (Elijah). 

Mariamne. I7I 

Fischmann (Nachman Isaac). 

Kesher Shebna. "4 

Sisera. 53 

Foner (Meir). 

Joseph della Reina. 231 

Franco Mendes (David ben Abraham). 

Gemul Athaliah. 107 

Friede (Hans). 

Sunde. 82 

Friedlander (Moriz). 

Marcia. 206 

Gamsu (Judah Loeb). 

Ezra. 146 

Garcia de la Huerta (Vicente Antonio). 

Raquel. 212 

Genlis, Comtesse de. 

Isaac. 22 

Gessner (Salomon). 

Eldad we-Tirzah. 290 

Gitelewicz (Gedaliah).' 

Hadassah. I2I 



GlUPPONi (Daniele). 

Geu. io6 

Gnib(J. D. H.) 

Das Chanuka-Trenderl. 314 

GoEij (Roger de). 

Jephtah victorieux. 55 

Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von). 

Faust. 203, 3S2 

Golden KERG (N.) 

Chaim I, gromoverzhetz. 251 

Goldfauen (Abraham). 

Akedath Jizchak. 20 

Almasadda. 215 

Bar Kochba. 200 

Die beide Kni-Lemil. 317 

Die Bobe mit dem Enikel. 315 

Fanatik. 316 

Hozmach's Kromel. 396 

Die Kaprisne Kallah-Maud. 318 

Die Kischufmacherin. 3'f9 

Moschiach's Zeiten. 250 
Die neueste Goldfaden's judische Theater- 

Lieder. 397 
Die beriihmte Lied von " Steh auf mein 

Volk." 39S 

Rabbi Joselmann. 233 

Sciimendrik. 320 

Sulamith. 189 

Theater von Konig Achaswerosch. 122 

Das zehnte Gebot " Lo Thachmod." 321 

GoLDSCHMiDT (William). 

Hadassah. 123 

GORDIN (Jacob). 

Elisha ben Abujah. 204 

Gott, Mensch und Teuwel. 322 

Die Jethomah. 323 

Der jiidischer Konig Lear. 323a 

Medea. 324 

Mirele. 325 

Die wilde Prinzessin. 326 

Gordon (Samuel), and Nahum Rackow. 

Captain Dreyfus. 255 

GOTTLOBER (Abraham Baer). 

Der Decktuch. 327 

Granelli (Giovanni). 

Manasse. 115 

Sedecia. 116 

Grillparzer (Franz). 

Esther. 124 

Die Jiidin von Toledo. 213 

Groot (Hugo de). 

Sofompaneas of Joseph in 't hof. 31 

Grotius. See Groot (Hugo de). 

GuTZKOW (Karl Ferdinand). 

Uriel Acosta. 234 

Hale (Harris G.), a«rt' Newton M. Hall. 

Biblical dramas. i 

Moses the liberator. 51 

Story of Jacob. 25 

Story of Joseph. 40 

H ALL (Newton ]\L) 

See Hale (Harris G.) 

Hauptmann (Gerhard). 
Die Weber. 



IIeavvsege (Charles). 

Saul. 7r 

Hebbel (Friedrich). 

Herodes und Mariamne. 172 

Judith. 152 

IIeijermans (Herman), jr. 

The Ghetto. 261 

Heller (Jacob M.) 

Die Wolf in Fell von Schaf. 328 

Herz (Joseph). 

Esther. 125 

Heyse (Paul). 

Mary of Magdala. 186 

Sulamith. 94 

Hey wood (Joseph Converse). 

Herodias. 182 

Salome. 190 

HiLARius (Justus). 

Der Anherr. 262 

HiLLE (Peter). 

Hirtenliebe. loi 

HiRSCHBEiN (Pharez). 

Weite und nohente. 283 


Ha-Chamsan ha-Katan. 284 

Horowitz (Moses). 

Athaliah. 108 

Bath Cohen. 169 

Beth Dawid. 207 

Don Judah Abravanel. 229 

Die Lieder von Kuzri. 208 

Schelomoh ha-Melech. 95 

Horowitz (S.) 

Das Hohe-Lied. 102 

Houdart DE LA MoTTE (Antoine). 

I Macabei. 158 

Hugo (Victor). 

Torquemada. 226 

Hurwitz (Israel). See Libin (Z.) 

Ibsen (Henrik). 

Geister vun jener Welt. 384 

Nora. 385 

Die Stiitzen vun der Gesellschaft. 386 

Der Volksfeind. 3S7 

Idische Buhne. 399 

Iliowizi (Henry). 

Herod. I73 

Joseph. 32 

Irgens (Hanna). 

Moses i Tonden. 263 

Issachar Baerman. 

Mechirus Joseph. 33 

Jacobsoiin (G.) 

Ruth. 65 

Jacobson (Janie). 

For liberty. I59 

Joseph and his brethren. 34 

A maid of Persia. 126 

Jephtha's daughter. . .By a lady. 56 

Joseph and his brethren. 35-3^" 

Judische Konzert- und Theater-Lieder. 400 

Judische Theaterlieder. 401 

1 Judische Theater- un Volks-Lieder. 402 



Kalmus (Ulrich). 

Geschichte vun a seltenem B'ri 

h un a genarrte 



Schmerele Trostinetzer. 


Katzenelenbogen (Judah). 

Die idische Biihne. 


Katzenelenbogen (S. Joseph). 

Jiidische Melodien. 


Das Pflegekind. 




Keim (Franz). 



Kesher Bogedim. 


Klopstock (Friedrich Gottlieb). 





Der Tod Adams. 


Der Tod Abels. 


KOENIG (Eberhard). 

Konig Saul. 


KossARSKi (Julius). 



KozLOSKi (Stanislaw). 

Masa Ester. 


KuNiz (Moses). 

Maaseh Chakamin. 


Lamartine (A. M. L. de Prat de). 

Landau (Judah Leo). 

Acharit Yerushalayim. 

Bar Cochba. 

Dam tachat Dam. 


Konig Hurdus. 

Yesk Tikwah. 

Lateiner (Joseph). 

Daniel in den Lowengrube. 
David's Fiedele, 
Iseho Roo. 
Joseph und seine Briider. 

Lazarus (Emma). 

The dance to death. 

Lebensohn (Abraham Dob Baer). 

Uriah u-Bat Sheba. 
Leibson (Jacob J.) 

Too much Haman. 

Der feine Kabzon. 
Lerner (Joseph Judah). 



Mutter Liebe. 
Lerner (Marie). 

Die Agunah. 
Lessing (Gotthold Ephraim). 


Die Juden. 

Nathan der Weise. 

Sarah bat Simson. 
Levi (David). 

II profeta. 
Levy (Clifton Harby). 

Haman and Mordecai. 













Levy (Leah). 

Bible plays. . . Abraham. 


Die Zubrochene Herzer. 
LiEDER Buch von Cupleten. 
Lienhard (Fritz). 

Ahasver. (Moses Loeb). 

Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth). 

Judas Maccabaeus. 
LouNSBERY (Grace Constant). 

LUDWIG (Otto). 

Der Jacobsstab. 

Die Makkabaer. 
LuzzATTo (Moses Chayyim). 

Shimshon u-Felishtim. 

La-Yesharim Tehillah. 
Maffei (Francesco Scipione). 

Merab. La Merope. 
Malbim (Meir Loebusch ben Jehiel Michel) 

Shire Kodesh we-lahem Mashal u- Melizah 
Mali (P. H.) 

In der Finsterniss. 
Mannheimer (Adolf). 

Manzoni (Francesca). 

Margulies (Aaron). 

Semel ha-Ahabah weha-Kinah. 

Marks (Rudolph). 
Der Bowery Tramp. 
Chajim in Amerika. 
Der Silver Konig. 
Die Zwei Schwester. 

Marlowe (Christopher). 
The Jew of Malta. 

Marriott (William). 

Collection of English miracle-plays. 

Mendelssohn (Ludwig). 

Intimes aus de Liliengass'. 

Mendes (Catulle). 

Le fils de I'etoile. 
Mendes (Henry Pereira). 


Judas Maccabaeus. 
Metastasio (P. A. D. B.) 

Betulia liberata. 


Giuseppe riconosciuto. 


La morte d'Abel. 
Meyer (Louis). 

Milman (Henry Hart). 


The fall of Jerusalem. 
Milton (John). 

Samson Agonistes. 



























MiNlKES (Chanan Jacob). 
Zwischen Indianer. 


MiNSKI (N.) 

Osada Tulchina. 235 
MiSTERK du Viel Testament. . .par le baron James 

de Rothschild. 5 
MoGULESKO (Sigmund). 

Coupleten. 4°? 

Souvenir. 4o8 
MoNASsowrrz (M.) 

Neshef-Purim. 287a 

Moos (H. M.) 

Mortara. 249 

More (Hannah). 

Belshazzar. ^43 

Daniel. ^44 

David and Goliath. 79 

Moses in the bulrushes. 47 

Sacred dramas. 6 

MosENTHAL (Salomon Hermann von). 

Deborah. 244 

Leah the forsaken. 244 

Moses (Annie Jonas). 

Esther. 131 

Moses the liberator. . .by Harris G. Hale and New- 
ton M. Hall. 51 

Mot Adam. ^° 

Mueller (Hugo). 

Ha-Dod Mosheh ben Menahem. 243 

Neuste judische Konzert und Theater Lieder. 409 

Neuste Theater und Volks Lieder. 410 

NoRDAU (Max Simon). 

Doktor Kohn. 268 

NossiG (Alfred). 

Abarbanel. 228 

OCHS (Julius). 

The Megilla. 132 

OsBORN (Laughton). 

Mariamne. ^76 

Ottolenghi (Lazzaro). 

II matrimonio misto. 269 

Otway (Thomas). 

Titus and Berenice, 196 

P., Br. 

Three plays. 7 

Parvi (Zenon). 

Rok 1794. 246 

Pellico (Silvio). 

Erodiade. 183 

Ester d'Engaddi. 19S 

Perez (Isaac Loeb). 

Bei dem fremden Chuppah-Kleid. 342 

A Literature-Szene. 343 

Petersen (E.) 

De Kristne Joder. 270 

Philippson (Ludwig). 

Esther. 220 

Phillips (Stephen). 

Plerod. 177 

PiNSKi (David). 

Eisik Scheftel. 344 

Die Familie Zebi. 254 

PoLACK (Elizabeth). 

Esther. 133 

Rabener (Mattathiah Simchah). 

Sulamit. ^03 








Rahinowitsch (Shalom). 
Die Assefah. 
Der Get. 
Judische Gazetten un Journalen. 

Racine (Jean Baptiste). 



Rackow (Nahum). 

Der Griiner in London. 
Rackow (Nahum) and Samuel Gordon. 

Captain Dreyfus. 
Rapoport (Solomon Loeb). 

Sheerit Yehudah. 

Otez i syn. 

Reingold (Isaac). 

Die neueste Reingold's Theater- und Volks- 
lieder. 4" 

Der Phonograph. 412 

Reingold's Liederbuch. 413 

Die Strune. 4I4 

RiCAiLLE (Lucien) and Marius Boisson. 

La vengeance du Juif. 259 

Richter (Moses). 

Reb Herzele Mejiches. 349 

Ritchie (John). 

Jonah the prophet. m 

Rives (Amelie). 

Herod and Mariamne. 178 

Rosee (Adolphe). 

Esther und Haman. 136 

Rosenfeld (Morris). 

Elend und Toit. 350 

Rosenzweig (T.) 

Nathan Schlemiel. 271 

Rosenzweig (Leo). 35^ 

Ein erster Mai in zwanzigsten Jahrhundert. 551 
Rosenzweig (Salomon). 

Ruth. 66 

Rothschild (James), baron. 

Mistere du viel testament. 5 

Ruckert (Friedrich). 

Herodes der Grosse. I79 

Saul und David. 73 

Sabiesensky (Baer Isser). 

Der Pustokrat. 35ia 

Sachs (Hans). 

Der affrhiirische Absolom. 87 

Die gantz histori Tobie. 150 

Hester. ^37 

Hiob. 149 

Jacob. 24 

Judith. 155 

luditium Salomonis. 9° 
Ein spil mit 11 personen, wie Gott, der Herr, 

Adam und Eva ihre Kinder segnet. 12 
Dat teuffel nam ein alt weib zu der ehe. 272 

Tragedia von schopfung. . Ade. H 

Die ungeleichen Kinder Eva. 18 

Das witfrewlin mit dem olkrug. 105 

Salkind (I. M.) 

Ha-Aniyyim. 294 

Sanseverino (Carlo). 

Giro in Babilonia. ^45 

ScARSELLi (Eiaminio). 

II Davidde penitente. °o 



ScHlESSLER (S. W.) See IIilarius (Justus). 

ScHLEYER (Johann Martin). 

Elias. 104 

ScHOLZ (Wilhelm von). 

Der Jude von Konstanz. 216 

Scribe (Augustin Eugene). 

La juive. 222 

Seder Mechirat Joseph. 39 

Seiffert (Moses). 

Die gele Redakzie. 352 

Miriam ha-Cliashmonaith. 180 

Selikovitsch (George). 

Lord Attah Hareta gefangen. 353 

Die " stumme Beschaffenis." 354 

Sessa (Karl B. A.) 

Unser Verkehr. 273 

Shaikewitz (Nahum Meir). 

Der Baal Tlieschubah. 355 

Der Idischer Poritz. 356 

Die kokete Damen. 357 

Der Revisor. 358 

Die spanische Inquisition. 230 


Hamlet. 295 

Ithiel ha-Cushi mi-Venezia (Othello). 298 

Julius Caesar. 390 

Der Konig Lear. 391 

Macbeth. 297 

Ha- Melee Lear. 296 

Merchant of Venice. 274 

Ram we-Jael (Romeo and Juliet). 299 

Sheridan (Richard Brinsley). 

The Duenna. 275 


Die " Unterthanige." 359 

Smulewitz (Solomon). 

Freitag in Hester Street. 360 

Pastuch un Prinzessin. 361 

Vun Gliick zum Strick. 362 

Stein (Leopold). 

Die Hasmonaer. 164 

Haus Ehrlich. 276 

Der Knabenraub zu Carpentras. 242 

Storrs (Lewis A.) 

Saul. 74 

Story of Jacob. . .by Harris G. Hale and New- 
ton M. Hall. 25 

Story of Joseph... by Harris G. Hale and 

Newton M. Hall. 40 

SuDERMANN (Hermann). 

Johannes. 184 


Dora. 363 

Tawjew (Israel Chayyim). 

Bi-Mekom Derasha. 288 

Teatro ebraico. 8 

Terr (Jacob). 

Alexander Jannai. 167 

Der amerikaner Arbeiter. 364 

Amnon we-Thamar. 113 

Bath Jiphthach. 57 

Don Juan. 365 

Die idische Grafin, 366 

Judith die Perle vun Orient. 238 

Kether Malchuth. 168 

Milchemeth ha-Jehudim. 54 

Der Mored be-Malchuth. 224 

Rabbi Sabbathai Cohen. 236 

Die Stiefmutter. 367 




Techijath ha-Methim. 

Der Verfasser in Kind-Bett. 

Der Zwilling. 

TuLLiDGE (Edward W.) 
Ben Israel. 

Vega Carpio. 

Las paces de los reyes, y judi'a de Toledo. 214 

Verschikdene Deklamationen und Theater- 

lieder. 415 


Mariamne. 181 

Samson. 61 

Saul. 75 

Vondel (Joost van den). 

Adam in ballingschap. 13 

De gebroeders. ga 

Adonias. gi 

Jeptha. 58 

Jerusalem verwoest. ig4 

Joseph in Dothan. 41 

Joseph in Egypten. 42 

Koning David in ballingschap. 88 

Koning David herstelt. 89 

Noah. ig 

Pascha. 50 

Salomon. gg 

Samson. 62 

Vrchlicky (Jaroslav). 

Der hohe Rabbi Low. 232 

VuLPius (Christian August). 

Lahakat ha-Shodedim. 300 

Walch (Maurice). 

Les captifs. 199 

Wedel-Jarlsberg (F. C), Friherre. 

Joden Philip og Bonden. 245 

Weissmann (Ruben). 

Die Nekomoh. 221 

West (Emma Elise). 

Drama of the Babylonian captivity. 148 

Whiffen (Edwin T.) 

Samson. 63 

Wilde (Oscar). 

Salome. 185 

Wilenkin (Nikolai Maximovich). See Minski 

Wilkinson (Florence). 

David of Bethlehem. 81 

Mary Magdalen. 187 

Willner (Wolff). 

Esther. 138 

Wohlbruck (W. A.) 

II Templario e I'Ebrea. 278 

Wohlmann (Israel Meir). 

Der Cherem de-Rabbenu Gerschon. 370 

Die weibersche Kniiplech. 371 

Wolff-Kassel (Ludwig). 

Ruth. 67 

Wolfssohn (Aaron). 

Leichtsinn und Frommelei. 372 

Wright (Thomas). 

Chester plays. 3 

YissuRiM. 373 

YusHKEViCH (Semion). 

Der Hunger. 279 

Zahik (David). 

Die Rose zwischen Dorner 374 

Zametkin (Michael). 

A Russian Shylock. 280 

Zunser (Eliakum). 34 

Machaze Mechirath Joseph. 43 



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Afevork (G. J.) Grammatica della lingua ama- 
rica. Metodo practico per I'insegnamento di G. J. 
Afevork. Potna: Tip. della P. Accademi dei Lin- 
ed, 1905. I p.l., 326 (i) p. 8". 

Batchelor (Rev. John). An Ainu-English- 
Japanese dictionary (including a grammar of the 
Ainu language.) Tokyo: The Methodist Pub. House, 

1905. 2 V. in I. 2. ed. 8°. 

Cook (Albert Stanburrough) . The higher study 
of English. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin &" Co., 

1906. 5 p.l., 145 (i) p. 12°. 

Holroyd (William Race Morland). Hindustani 
for every day. Lahore: Pai Sahib M. Gulab Singh 
^ Sons, 1906. I p.l., 324, V p. 8°. 


Azambuja (Gabriel d'). La Grece ancienne. 
Avec une preface par Edmond Demolins. Paris: 
Bur. de la Sci. Soc, 1906. xii, 344 p. 4°. (Bibl. 
de la science sociale : L'hist. expliquee par la science 
sociale. ) 

Baum (Marie). Drei Klassen von Lohn arbei- 
terinnen in Industrie und Handel der Stadt Karls- 
ruhe. Karlsruhe: G. Braunsche LLofbuchdruckerei, 
1906. xi, 232 p. 8°. 

Bernhard (Ludwig). Handbuch der Loh- 
nungsmethoden. Eine Bearbeitung von David F. 
Schloss Methods of industrial remuneration. L^eip- 
zig: Duncker cSr' Humblot, 1906. xliv, 234 p., 
4 tab. 8°. 

Boxall (George E.) The Anglo-Saxon. A 
study in evolution. London: T. Fisher- Ufiwin, 
igof). \iii, 331 p. 8°. 

Giddings (Franklin Henry). Readings in de- 
scriptive and historical sociology. Ed. by Y. H. 
Giddings. New York: The Macmillan Co., 1906. 
xxiv, 553 p. 8°. 

Jenks (Jeremiah Whipple). Great fortunes. 
The winning: the using. New York: McClure, 
Phillips & Co., 1906. 4 p.l., 3-84 P-. r 1- 12°. 

Russell (T. Baron). A hundred years hence. 
The expectations of an optimist. Chicago: A. C. 
McClurg^ Co., 1906. vii, 312 p. 8°. 




Patton (John Shelton). Jefferson, Cabell, and 
the University of Virginia. Nezu York: The Neale 
Pub. Co., 1906. 3 p. I., v-viii, 9-3S0 p., 5 pi., 
2 port. 8°. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. The sixth general cata- 
logue. Compiled during the terms of the following 
eminent supreme recorders, Howard P. Nash, Ed- 
ward II. Virgin, William C. Levere. Evansiott, 
in.: \The Evanston Index Co.'\ 1904. 6og p. , i 1. 
plate. S°. 

Yale University. — C/rtJ'xo//cS'6o. Yale College 
— Vale University. Biographical record Class of 
Si.vty 1S60-1906. Orlando Beach, Class secretary. 
Boston: \^The Fort Hill Press^ 1906. 235 p. 8". 


Armitage-Smith(G.) Principles and methods 
of ta.xation. London: J. Murray, 1906. vi, I 1., 
195 (r) p. S°. 

Hirst (Francis W[rigley]). Monopolies, trusts, 
and kartells. London : Methiien &= Co. [1905] 
viii, 179 (i) p, 12°. 

Li^veque (Paul). Les conversions de dettes 
publiques, these pour le doctoral. Paris: A. 
Rousseau, 1905. vii, 242 pp. 8°. 

Raper (Charles Lee). The principles of wealth 
and welfare. Economics for high schools. New 
York: Macmillan Co., 1906. x, i 1. , 336 p. 12°. 

Industries and Industrial Arts, 
American country homes and their gardens. 
Edited by John Cordis Baker. Introduction by 
Donn Barber. Philadelphia: The John C. Winston 
Co. [1906.] 227 p., I pi. illus. f°. 

Bayley (R. Child). The complete photographer. 
With over one hundred illustrations. Neiu York: 
McClure, Phillips <St^ Co., 1906. xv, 410 p., 59 pi., 
6 port. 8°. 

Beale (Joseph Henry), aftd Bruce Wyman. 
The law of railroad rate regulation, with special 
reference to American legislation. Boston : W. J. 
Nagel, 1906. Hi, 1285 p., i 1. 8°. 

Brannt (William T.) The metallic alloys. A 
practical guide for the manufacture of all kinds of 
alloys, amalgams, and solders, used by metal- 
workers. .. Ed. by W. T. Brannt. Philadelphia: 
H. C. Baird &^ Co., 1896. xxvii, 527 p. New ed. 

Breed (Charles B.), and George L. Hosmer. 
The principles and practice of surveying. AVrt/ 
y^ork : John Wiley 6^ Sons, 1906. xix, 526 p. 
r. ed. illus. 8°. 

Buel (Albert Wells), and Charles Shattuck 
Hill. Reinforced concrete. Pt. i. Methods of 
Calculation. By A. W. Buel. Pt. 2. Representa- 
tive structures; Pt. 3. Method of construction. By 
C. S. Hill. A'^w York: the Engineering A^e-ws Pub. 
Co., 1906. xii, 499 p., 3 diagr., 5 tab. illus. 2. ed. 

Fischer (F. E.) Das Gesammtgebiet der 
Glasatzerei. aetzen der Tafelglaser, Hohlglaser, 
Beleuchtungsartikel, unter Zuhilfenahme der 
neuesten Druckverfahren. Braunschtveig : F. 
Vieweg und Sohn, 1892. i p.l., ix, 77 p. illus. 
o . 

Fleming (John Ambrose). The principles of 
electric wave telegraphy. London : Longmans, 
Green Of Co., igo6. xix (i), 671 (i) p., 8 p. illus. 


Harrisburg Foundry and Machine Works. 
A system of engines and products of Harrisburg 
Foundry and Machine Works, established 1857. 
Harrisburg, Pa.: \_The Company, 1 1906. 57 p., 
23 pi. sq. 12°. 

Hoefer (Hans). Das Erdol und seine Ver- 
wandten. Gtschichte, physikalische und chemische 
Beschaffenheit,Vorkommen, Ursprung, Auffindung 
und Gewinnung des Erdoles. Braunsch-weig: F. 
Vie7veg dr" Sohn, igo6. xvii, 279 p., i diagr. 
illus. 2. ed. 8°. (Handbuch der chemischen Tech- 
nologic, N.F., Lief 14.) 

Military and Naval Art and Science. 

Allers (C. W^) Unsere Marine. 50 Original- 
zeichnungen. Breslau: C. T. Wiskoff [1906]. 
2 p.l., 50 pi. f°. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Andromeda, ship. Log of H. M.S.Andromeda, 
1904-1906, by A. C. Spooner. [London : The 
Westminster Press,^^ igo6. 5 p.l, 226 p., 3 1., 
30 pi., 2 port. 12°. (The Log series, no. 24.) 

Hoepner ( ). Der Wert unserer deutschen 
Schlachtflotte. Ein weiteres Wort zur Aufklarung 
fiir unser Volk, von " Hansa " (Kapitan zur See a. 
D. Hoepner.) Altona : J. Harder, 1906. 44 p. 



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Report for January 59-63 

List op Works relating to Virginia. Part I. . . . 64-83 

Principal Accessions in January 84-91 

Principal Donors in January 92 



William W. Appleton. 

John Bigelow. 

John L. Cadwalader. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H. Dodge. 

John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. Pierpont Morgan. 
Morgan J. O'Brien. 
Stephen H. Olin. 
Alexander E. Orr. 
Henry C. Potter. 
George L. Rives. 
Charles Rowland Russell. 
George W. Smith. 
Frederick Sturges. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Herman A. Metz, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


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40th Street, 501 West. 
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51st Street, 463 West. 
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67th Street, 32S East 

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156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


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Vol. XI. 

February, 1907. 

No. 2. 


Reference Department, 

During the month of January there were received at the Library by purchase, 
1,017 volumes and 768 pamphlets; by gift, 1,353 volumes and 2,056 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 344 volumes and 3,064 pamphlets, making a total of 2,714 vol- 
umes and 5,888 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,721 volumes and 2,023 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 8,039, ^"^ of slips for the copying machine 2,916 ; from the latter were 
received 13,447 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox during the month: 







No. of readers and visitors 



15,844 , 









No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 



Daily average of readers 

No. of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc. 


Circulation DepartiMent. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-tiction) : Ibsen's Plays, 
Gouin's "Teaching and Studying Languages," Davis's "Real Soldiers of Fortune"; 
(adult fiction): Chambers's "Fighting Chance," McCutcheon's "Jane Cable," 
Hichens's " Call of the Blood "; (juvenile fiction) : Pyle's " Robin Hood," Grimm's 
" Fairy Tales," Drysdale's " Fast Mail." 






East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Rivington Street, 61 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

Iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 


140th Street and Alexander Avenue. . . 

176th Street and Washington Avenue. 

Kingsbridge Avenue, 2933 


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Among the gifts received during the month may be mentioned those from 
Charles Francis Adams, " Some phases of the Civil War, an appreciation and 
criticism of Mr, James Ford Rhode's Fifth Volume," Cambridge, 1905, and 
"Lee's Centennial, an address by Charles F. Adams, delivered at Lexington, Vir- 
ginia, January 19, 1907, on the invitation of the President and Faculty of Wash- 
ington and Lee University"; from the American Bureau of Shipping its " Record 
of American and Foreign Shipping," with supplement, 1907; from Edwin S. Balch, 
a copy of his "Comparative Art," Philadelphia, 1906; from the Bibliotheque 
Nationale, Volume 2 of the "Catalogue de I'Histoire de I'Amerique, par George 
A. Barringer," Paris, 1905; from Prof. John W. Burgess, a copy of his address as 
Roosevelt Professor at the University of Berlin, 1906; from the Carnegie Founda- 
tion for the Advancement of Teaching, the first annual report of the president and 
treasurer, 1906; from the Coal Trade Journal, 8 volumes of its Annual; from John 
W. Evans, 77 artist's proofs of his wood engravings; from the Province of Burma, 
India, 5 volumes and 36 pamphlets, chiefly Selected Judgments of the Court of 
the Judicial Commissioner, Upper Burma, Upper Burma Rulings, etc. ; from the 
County Council of the Isle of Wight, 3 volumes, 16 pamphlets, and 4 broadsides, 
mainly Minutes of the County Council, Abstract of Accounts, etc.; from the Uni- 
versity of Gottingen, 47 volumes and 366 pamphlets, dissertations submitted for 
degrees during the period 1903-4 to 1905-6; from Nicholas Krukaff, his "Aus- 
tralia, Agriculture in Australia in connection with the general development of the 
country," Moscow, 1906 (in Russian); from Joseph Leete, a copy of " The family 
of Leete," by Joseph Leete, 2nd edition, London, 1906; from William Miller, 
4 wood blocks and i electro of engravings by the late Frederick Juengling, also a 
large number of manuscripts; from J. Pierpont Morgan, catalogues of ten special 
collections in his library; from the National Slavonic Society of the U. S. A., 
Thomas Capek's "The Slovaks of Hungary, Slavs and Panslavism," New York, 
1906; from John Hyndman Noblit, his privately printed " Genealogical collec- 
tions relating to the families of Noblet, Noblat, Noblot and Noblets of France 
* * * with some particular account of William Noblit," Philadelphia, 1906; 
from M. Paupa Rao Naidu, Madras, his " The criminal tribes of India, No. 2, the 
history of Korawars, Erukulas or Kaikaries," Madras, 1905; from the Salop County 
Council, 16 volumes and 18 pamphlets, including Shropshire Parish Documents, 
Shropshire County Records, Abstract of accounts, etc. ; from Dr. J. Six van Hille- 
gom, I pamphlet and i print, the latter being an engraving by Pieter Dupont of Paul 
Potter's portrait of Dirk Tulp; from the Riksgaldskontoret, Sweden, 232 volumes, 
the Riksdagens Protokoll and the Bihang for 1868-1906; from Mrs. Frederic 
Ferris Thompson, 315 volumes, relating mainly to folk lore; and from Torquay, 
I volume and 15 pamphlets, all documents of the borough. 

At the Lenox branch the selection from the A. A. Hopkins Collection of 
photographs of Italian paintings remained on view. On the lower floor, the 
Lalauze etchings were replaced on January nth by an exhibition of the etchings 
of the late Dr. Leroy Milton Yale, who was closely connected with the history of 
painter-etching in this country, and who took a warm and active interest in our 
print department, especially in the effort to form a representative collection of 
American work. The exhibition includes a number of plates and etching tools 


which, with all our specimens of his work, and a manuscript catalogue, were pre- 
sented by the artist. 

At the AsTOR branch the plates from the "Etcher" were replaced by plates 
from F. R. Martin's "History of Oriental Carpets before 1800." F. Hopkinson 
Smith's "Venice of to-day" remained on exhibition. 

The exhibitions at the circulation branches were as follows: Chatham Square, 
Racinet's Costumes after the XVIth century; Rivington Street, Reproductions 
of paintings by modern artists; Hudson Park, Hollyer's Etchings of New York 
City; Tompkins Square, Color plates of birds; Muhlenberg, Presidents of the 
United States; 67TH Street, Masterpieces of art at Paris Exposition of 1900; 
Riverside, Racinet's Costume to XVIth century; St. Agnes, Color plates from 
Audsley's "Ornamental arts of Japan," and photographic views in Japan; 96TH 
Street, Plates from the Wilkie gallery; Aguilar, Exhibition of architecture, 
sculpture, and views; 125TH Street, Color plates of animals; 135TH Street, 
Reproductions of paintings in the Dresden Gallery; Hamilton Grange, Plates 
from Molinier's "Royal Interiors;" Mott Haven, Reproductions of paintings by 
old masters; Tremont, Photographic views in the Island of Luzon. 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
circulation branches were as follows: 

East Broadway, Animals, wild and tame, Birthdays of celebrated men and 
women. Music and musicians. Opera scores; Rivington Street, Board of Edu- 
cation lectures, Shakespeare, Siegfried; Bond Street, Chivalry, Roma Immor- 
talis, Julius Caesar, China, Sugar where and how we get it, Songs, Rhine and 
Heidelberg, Growth of a great city, Imperial Berlin; Ottendorfer, Yellowstone 
Park, Alaska, When we keep house; Tompkins Square, Board of Education 
ectures, Civil war from the southern point of view, Henry W. Longfellow; 
Jackson Square, Economics, Far East, Four American statesmen. Money; 
Muhlenberg, Songs, Jean d'Arc, Richelieu, Mexico, Cuba, Jamaica, Panama 
Canal; 34TH Street, Little cousin series, Indians; Bruce, School and College 
stories, Goop panels, Manhatttan old and new; Sacred Heart, Popular Authors, 
Wasps and their nests; 67TH Street, Goops, Little housekeepers, Little bread- 
makers; Riverside, Foreign children. Animal friends, Indians, Babyhood, Sea 
stories, English and French literature; Yorkville, Books for little folks; St. 
Agnes, The opera. Fairy tales; 96TH Street, Books about children, Greek heroes, 
Bed-time stories; Bloomingdale, Animal pictures, Charge of the Light Brigade, 
Making and raising of cocoa, Flags of the world; Aguilar, Songs and song 
writers, The Riviera, Greece, Naples and Vesuvius, Alexander Hamilton, Sicily, 
Holland, Charles Dickens, Turkey and the Turks, France, her people and her art. 
Progress of the telegraph, Photography, Petroleum, New York, Morocco and 
Southern Spain, Algiers and Algeria; 125TH Street, Printing and paper making, 
Polar exploration, Stories of the opera; Hamilton Grange, Indians, Candy 
country; Mott Haven, Lincoln, Longfellow, Washington, Books for boys and 
girls. Some notable people and books about them; Tremont, Fairytales, Open 
squares of the people. Winter poems, Palaces of the Renaissance, Architecture; 
Port Richmond, New Year's Day, Africa, Mines and miners, Games, The opera. 
In addition there were bulletins on new books at four branches; on Japan at 


four branches; on music at three branches; on Benjamin Franklin at three 
branches, and on William McKinley at two branches. 

The second branch of the New York Public Library on Washington Heights, 
to be known as the Hamilton Grange Branch, was opened on January 8 in a 
new building (the twentieth erected from the Carnegie fund) at 503 West 145th 
Street, near Amsterdam Avenue. At the formal exercises, which were held at 
four o'clock in the afternoon in the large assembly room on the basement floor, 
the whole building was open for inspection, but the work of the branch was not 
resumed until the following morning, Wednesday, January 9, at nine o'clock. 

At the opening Dr. Billings, Director of the Library, acted as presiding officer. 
He received the building from Archbishop Farley, representing the Board of 
Trustees of the New York Public Library, and at once turned it over again to the 
library for administration. An address was also made by Rev. Dr. Joseph H. 
McMahon, of the Circulation Committee. Music was furnished by the Glee Club 
of Public School 186, by Our Lady of Lourdes Girls' High School, and by Miss 
Clara J. Smith. 

The branch that occupies this new building was formerly the headquarters of 
the Cathedral Free Circulating Library, and was located for some time on the 
corner of Amsterdam Avenue and 86th Street. Its place in that neighborhood 
will be taken by the new branch opened last March at 444 Amsterdam Avenue, 
near 82d Street, 



Order of Arrangement: 

Public Documents. 

General Works. 


History (continued): 
Works relating to single periods. 
Local history. 

Part I. 


Confederate Memorial Literary Society. 
Catalogue of the Confederate Museum... Rich- 
mond, Vir. RicJnitojid : Ware (St' Dtike, Print, 
1905. 300 p. 8°. 

Phillips (P. Lee). Virginia cartography: a 
bibliographical description. Washington : Smit/i- 
sonian Inst., 1896. 85 p. 8°. (Smith, misc. coll., 

Randolph (Joseph W.) (zwa' Joseph J.English. 
Virginia and Washington. A catalogue of many 
rare and valuable books. Richmond, Va.: the pub- 
lishers, 1889. 30 p. 12°. 

Stanard (William G.) The Virginia archives. 
(Amer. Hist. Assoc. Annual rept. for 1903. v. i, 
p. 645-664. Washingtoji, D. C, 1904.) 

Virginia Historical Society. Catalogue of the 
Manuscripts in the Collection of the V. H. S., and 
also of some printed papers. (Supplement to the 
Virginia Mag. of History. Richmond, 1901. 2p.l., 
120 p. 8°.) 

Virginia newspapers in public libraries. Anno- 
tated list of Virginia newspapers in the Virginia 
state library. (Virginia Maga. of Hist, and Biog. , 
V. 9, p. i-ii; 130-138; 289-297; 411-413; V. 10, 
p. 225-229; 421-423. Richmond, igoi-03.) 

Virginia State Library. A catalogue of the 
library of the State of Virginia, arranged alphabeti- 
cally. . .to which are prefixed the rules and regula- 
tions provided for the government of the library. 
Richmond, 1856. 270 p. 8°. 

Calendar of Transcripts, including the an- 
nual report of the Department of Archives and His- 
tory. John P. Kennedy, state librarian. Richmond: 
Davis Botto7)i, Supt. Public Printing, 1905. 658, 
Ixiv p. 4°. 


Business directory of the principal cities and 
villages of \iiginia. 1873/4. Fitzgerald & Dillon, 
compilers. [Richmond, 1873.] 8°. 

Chataigne's Virginia gazetteer and classified 
business directory, 1877/78, 1880/81, 1884/85, 
1888/89, 1890/91. Richmond, 1877-90. 8", 

Crisis (The). Vol. i, Nos. 1-35, Mch.-Oct., 
1840. Richmond, 1S40. f°. 


Critic (The). A Monday morning newspaper. 
General and society news, genealogy and literature. 

Vol. I, no. 30, 41, 44-52 (1888); Vol. 2, no. 1-15, 
17-20, 25, 27-37, 40, 44, 46-52 (1888-89); Vol. 3, 
no. 2, 4-26 (1889-90). Richmond, 1888-90. f°. 

Daily Compiler. June i, 1813; July 19, 1816. 
Richmo7!d, 1813-16. f°. 
Daily Dispatch. 

Jan. -June, Aug. -Dec. 1861. 123 Nos. 

Jan.-Mch., July, Oct. 1862. 20 

June 9 (extras June 23, July 9). 1863. 3 
June-Sept., Nov. 1864. 11 

Jan. -Apr. 1865. 4 

June 28 and July 6. 1867. 2 

Richmond: Cowardiji &!' Hammer sley,i'^t\-bl. f°. 

Daily Enquirer and Examiner. See Enquirer 


Daily Express. 

July 29, Aug. I. 1 861. 2 Nos. 

Jan. -Dec. 

Jan., Feb., Apr.-Dec. 
Petersburg, 1861-64. ^° • 
Daily Republican. 

Vol. 8, no. 87, Oct. 15. 

Vol. 28, no. 59, INIch. 10. 

Lymchburg : Glass Ss" Hardivicke. 

Daily Richmond Enquirer. 

Daily Richmond Examiner. 
Sept. -Dec. 


1862. 267 

1863. 239 

1864. 18 

1867. ■ 

See Enquirer 


Jan. -Dec. 
Jan. -Dec. 
Feb. 16, 18, 28. 
Richmond, 1862-67. f°- 

In May, 1864, title changed to Richmond Examiner. 

Day Book. Vol. 9, no. 35, Nov. 11, 1861; 
no. 186, May 10, 1862. N'orfolk: John R. Hatha- 
ivay. f°. 

Enquirer (The). 1S04-06, 1809, 1812-13. 
Continued as "Richmond Enquirer." 
1818-44, 1862-65. 
Continued as Daily Richmond Enquirer. 

1866-July, 1867. 
Continued Daily Enquirer and Examiner. 
1867, Aug. 14, Sept, 30. 

Richjyiond, 1804-67. f°. 




Periodicals, cont'd. 

Evening Courier. Feb. 25, 1S65. Richmond, 
1865. f°. 


Evening Whig. See Richmond Whig. 

Family Visitor, v. 3-4, Apr. 10, iS24-Apr. i, 
1826. Richmond, 1S24-26. f°. 


Farmers' Repository. Apr., June, Sept. -Dec, 
1814. 13 Nos. Charlesto'uii, 1814. 

Grant's Petersburg Progress. Apr. 5, 7, 10, 
1S65. Pelersbiirg. f°. 


Hornet (The). Apr. 11, 30, 1823. Richmond, 
1S23. i\ 


Independent Chronicle. The first newspaper 
published in Richmond, Va. The Independent 
Chronicle, beginning July 20th, 1786. Richjiiond, 
1888. I p.l., 4 P- 8°- 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Feb. 13, 1888. 

John P. Branch historical papers of Ran- 
dolph-Macon College. Published annually by the 
Department of history, no. 1-4; v. 2, no. 1-2. 
Richmond, igoi-06. 8°. 

no. I pub. by the Randolph-Macon Historical Soc. 


LoTver Norfolk County, Virginia, Antiquary. 
V. i-v. 5, no. 2. Baltimore [1895-] 1905. 8°. 
V. I, pts. 1-3 published at Richmond. 

Petersburg Intelligencer (The). June 20, 
1800. Petersburg, 1800. f°. 

Serai- Weekly. 

Petersburg Index (The). Sept. 12, 1867. 
Petersburg, 1867. f°. 


Phoenix Plough -Boy. July 23,1828. Williams- 
burg, 1828. f°. 


Randolph-Macon College. See John P. 
Branch historical papers. 

Record of News, History, and Literature. 
June-Dec. 1863. 26 Nos. 
Rich)noiid : West & Johnston. f°. 

Republican (The). May 3, 1S09. Petersburg. 

Richmond Enquirer. See Enquirer (The). 
Richmond Standard, v. 2-4. Aug. 1879- 
Feb., 1S82. Richmond: G. Watson James. f°. 

Richmond Times. 

April-Dec, ' 1866. 

Jan. -June, 1867. 

Richmond, 1S66-7. f°. 

Richmond Whig. [Morning edition.] 

Aug. 22, Sept. 22 (both extras) 1863. 

May-June, Aug.-Dec, 1864. 

Feb 14, 27, 1865. 

Continued as: 

Daily Richmond Whig. 

March, June-Nov., 1865. 

Richmond, 1863-5. f°- 

Richmond Whig. [Evening edition.] 
July-Sept. 1864. 10 nos. 
Continued as: 
Evening Whig. 

Oct. 6, 7, 1864. 

March 18, 1865. 

Richtnond, 1 864-5. ^°- 

Sentinel (The). 
June 20, 23. July 6, 7. (Extras) 1863. 4 nos. 
June, Aug.-Dec, 1864. 15 nos. 

March 14, 20, 1865. 2 nos. 

Richtnond, 1 863-5. f°. 

Daily. . 

Southern Illustrated News. Sept., 1862- 
Oct., 1S64. Richmond: Ayres is' Wade, \'i>bz-6,. f°. 


Southern Opinion. Vol. 2, no. 75, Dec. 5, 
1868. Richmond, 1868. f°. 

Times (The) and District of Columbia Daily 
Advertiser, Sept. 23, 1801. Alexandria, 1801. f°. 


Virginia (The) Almanack, for the years 1753, 
1772, 1776, 1777, 1792, 1793. Williamsburg : 
Printed and Sold by William Hunter. 12°, 16°, 

ZTJ6--J by David Rittenhouse, 1792 by Robert Andrews. 
1772 printed by W. Rind. 
1776-7 printed by J. Dixon and W. Hunter. 

1792 printed by Augustine Davis at Richmond. 

1793 printed by W. Prentis at Petersburg. 

Virginia Argus. 

Jan. 10, 1809. 

}?n. 2-Dec. 28, 1810. 
Jan. 2-Dec. 31, 1812. 
Jan. 4-Dec. 30, 1813. 
Jan. 6-Sept. 28, 1814. 
Richmond: Samuel Pleasants, 1809-1814. f°. 

Virginia Gazette. Dec, 7, 1739. 11° I75- Wil- 
liamsburg: William Parks. f°. 

Virginia Gazette. Feb. -Dec, 1751 (44 nos.), 
Jan. -Dec, 1752 (50 nos.) Williajnsbtirg: Wil- 
liam Hunter, 1 75 1-2. f°. 

Virginia Gazette. Feb. 12, 1762 (no. 579). 
IVilliatnsburg: J .Royle &= Co. f°. 

Virginia Gazette. Jan. -Dec, ,1775 (52 nos.) 
William-burg: Wm. Dixon df Hunter. V . 

Virginia Gazette. Feb. 2, 9, 1775. Wil- 
liamsburg: Joh^i Pinckney. f°. 


Virginia Gazette. Oct. 13, 1775. Williams- 
burg: Alexander Ptirdie. f°. 


Virginia Gazette. Sept. 21, Oct. 4. Nov. i, 
1776. Williamsburg: Dixon ^ Hunter. {°. 


Virginia Gazette. Jan. 8-Aug. g, 1780. 25 
nos. Williamsburg b' Richmond: Dixon &> Nicol- 
son. i° . 

Weekly. Removed to Richmond some time between the 
issues of April 8 (no. 61), and May g (no. 62). 

Virginia Gazette, or the American Adver- 
tiser. Jan. -May. , 1782. 9 nos. Richtnond: James 
Hayes. f°. 

Virginia Gazette and Alexandria Advertiser. 
Vol. 4, no. 214. Aug. 29, 1793- Alexandria, 
1793. f°. 



Periodicals, cofifd. 

Virginia Herald and Fredericksburg Adver- 
tiser (Timothy Green & Co.). 

Jan. 15, 17S9. I no. 

Continued as: 
Virginia Herald. 

Oct. 23, 1798. I no. 

Apl. 20, 1811. I no. 
Fredericksburg: Timothy Green Ss' Co. f°. 

Virginia Herald. Vol. 75, no. 3S, May 10, 
1 86 1. Frederickibtcrg: Harrison Kelly. f°. 

Virginia historical register (The) [annual] . . . 
edited by William Maxwell. .. 1848-1S53. Rich- 
mond: Macfarlane cs' Ferguson, 184S-53. 6 v. 
in 3. 8°. 

V. 1-2 title reads: Virginia historical register and literary 
adviser; 3-4. Virginia historical register and literary note-book; 
5-6, Virginia historical register and literary companion. 

Virginia Historical Reporter. See Virginia 

Historical Society. 
Virginia Historical Society. 
WvN.NE (T. H.) Bibliography of the Society. 
(Historical Magazine. 2. ser. , v. 7, p. 340-341. 
TWw York, 1870,) 

Collections of the Virginia Historical and 
Philosophical Society, to which is prefixed an ad- 
dress, spoken before the society at an adjourned. . . 
meeting, .. .Feb. 4, 1833. By Jonathan P. Cash- 
ing. . .vol. I. Riclunond: the Society, 1S33. 85 p., 
I 1. 8°. 

Collections. . .New Series, v. i-ii. Rich- 
mond: the Society, 1882-1892. 4°. 

V. 1-2, Spotswood letters. 

V. 3-4. Dinwiddle Papers (1751-1758). 

V. 5, Huguenot emigration to Virginia. 

V. 6, Miscellaneous Papers, 1672-1865. 

V. 7-8, Virginia Company, 1619-1624. 

V. 9-10, Virginia Convention, 1788. 

V. II, Proceedings, 1891, Historical Papers. 

Publications. New series, no. i. Richfnond: 
the Society, 1874. 71 p. sq. 4°. 

Contains letters of Governor Thomas Nelson, jr. 

Virginia (The) Historical Reporter. Conducted 
by the executive committee of the Virginia His- 
torical Society, v. 1-2. Rich7notid, 1854-60. 8°. 

V. I in 3 parts, 2 in i part. No more published. 

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 
Published quarterly by the Virginia Historical 
Society, v. i (i892)-date. Richinond, 1892-date. 

Robinson (Conway). Account of disco%-eries in 
the West until 15 19, and of voyages to and along 
the Atlantic Coast of North America from 1520 to 
I573' Richmond, 1848. xv, 491 p. 8°. 

MacFarland (William H.) An address on the 
life, character and public services of the late Hon. 
Benjamin Watkins Leigh, delivered before the Vir- 
ginia Historical Society, at its late annual meeting. 
January, 1S51. Richmond : the Society, 1851. 

12 p. 's^ 

Washington (H. A.) The Virginia Constitu- 
tion of 1776. A discourse delivered before the 
Virginia Historical Society, at their annual meet- 
ing, Jan. 17th, 1852. Richtnond: the Society, 1852. 
51 p. 8°. 

Grigsby (Hugh Blair). The Virginia Con- 
vention of 1829-30. A discourse delivered before 

the Virginia Historical Society, at their annual 
meeting, held in the Athenaeum, in the City of 
Richmond, Dec. 15, 1853. Richmond: the Society, 
1854. 104 p. 8°. 

Hu.nter (Robert Mercer Taliaferro). Obser\'a- 
tions on the historj' of Virginia. . .delivered before 
the Virginia Historical Society, at their eighth an- 
nual meeting, December 14, 1854. Richmond : 
Clemmitt (^ Fore, pr., 1855. 48 p. 8°. 

Also in the Virginia Historical Reporter. 

HoLCOMBE (James P.) Sketches of the political 
issues and controversies of the Revolution: a dis- 
course delivered before the Virginia Historical So- 
ciety, at their ninth annual meeting, Jan. 17, 1856. 
Richnond: the Society, 1856. 63 p. 8°. 

W^ashington (George). The diary of George 
Washington, from 1789 to 1791; embracing the 
opening of the First Congress, and his tours 
through New England, Long Island, and the 
Southern States. Together with his journal of a 
tour to the Ohio in 1753. Edited by B. J. Los- 
sing. Richmond: Press of Historical Society, 1861. 
24S p. 8°. 

ORGANIZ.A.TION of the. . .Society, officers and 
members, with a list of its publications. Richmond, 
Va.: the Society, 1881. 12, 1 1., 13-22 p., i 1. 8°. 

Proceedings . .at the annual meeting, Feb. 24, 
18S2, with the address of William Wirt Henry: the 
settlement at Jamestown, with particular reference 
to the late attacks upon Captain John Smith, Poca- 
hontas and John Rolfe. Richmond, Va.: the Soci- 
ety, 18S2. 63 p. 8°. 

Slaughter (Philip). Address at the annual 
meeting of the Historical Society of Virginia, in 
the capital at Richmond, in January, 1850. Re- 
ported and printed for the society by its secretary, 
William Maxwell, LL.D. Richmond: W. Ellis 
Jo7ies, 1888. sq. 8°. 

Stuart (Alexander H. H.) A narrative of the 
leading incidents of the organization of the first 
popular movement in Virginia in 1S65 to reestablish 
peaceful relations between the Northern and South- 
ern States, and of the subsequent efforts of the 
"Committee of Nine," in 1869, to secure the re- 
storation of Virginia to the Union. Richmond, 
1888. 72 p. 8°. 

Henneman (J. B.) Historic elements in Vir- 
ginia education and literarj' effort. A paper read 
before the Society, December 21, 1S91. \^Rich- 
mond, 1892.] 22 p. 8°. 
Reprinted from Virginia Historical Collections, v. 11 (1892). 

Proceedings. . .at the annual meeting, held De- 
cember 21-22, 1891, with historical papers read on 
the occasion, and others edited by R. A. Brock. 
Richmotid, Virginia: The Society, 1892. xix p., 
I 1., 3-386 p. 4°. (Collections, v. 11.) 

ORGA.^;IZ.•\TION and list of publications of the 
Virginia Historical Societv. Richmond [1894]. 
7 p. 8°. 

Souvenir guide book to the building of the. . . 
society, the war residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, 
707 E. Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. 
\_Rich?nond, i^()b'>'] 4 1. 8°. 

Illustrated (An) description of some of the 
pictures, relics, and curios in the Virginia Histori- 
cal Society's building, Richmond, Virginia. [^Rich- 
mond. 1897 ?] 3 1. 8°. 



Periodicals, cont'd. 

Proceedings of the Virginia Historical Society, 
at its annual meeting, held in the Y. M. C. A. Asso- 
ciation Hall, December iS, 1903, with the list of 
officers and members of the society. Richmond: 
IV. Ellis Jones, 1903. xxv p. 8°. (Va. Mag. of 
Hist, and Biog.,vol. 11, p. i-.xxv. 1904.) 

Virginia Journal, and Alexandria Advertiser. 
Vol. 3, No. 139. Sept. 23, 17S6. Alexandria : 
G. Richards c^ Co. i\ 

Virginia Magazine of Histor}- and Biography. 
See Virginia Historical Society. 

Virginia State Bar Association. Report of 
the 9, II annual meeting. .. Aug. , 1S97, 1899. 
Edited by E. C. Massie. Richmond, 1897-99. 
2 V. 8vo. 

Blackford (Charles M.) The Virginia State 
Bar Association. Paper entitled: " The trials and 
trial of Jefferson Davis," read... at the twelfth 
annual meeting. . .at Old Point Comfort, Virginia, 
July... 1 900. Richmond: J. T. West, 1 900. 46 p. 

Hoar (George Frisbie). The_Virginia State Bar 
Association. Annual address. . . " Relation of the 
American Bar to the state." Delivered at the 
tenth annual meeting held at. . .Fort Monroe, Vir- 
ginia, July 5, 6 and 7, 1898. Richmond: The 
Williams Co., 1898. 30 p., I port. 8°. 

Virginias, The; a mining, industrial, and scien- 
tific journal, devoted to the development of Vir- 
ginia and West Virginia; edited and published by 
Jed. Hotchkiss; Vol. i., i83o. Staunton, iSSo- 
[81]. ill. maps. f°. 

Washington and Lee University. Historical 
papers, no. 1-3 (i 890-1 892). Baltimore, 1890-92. 

William and Mary College Quarterly Histor- 
ical Magazine, v. i-date. Williamsbiirg, 1S92- 
date. 4°. 

Current: With supplement for Oct., 1897, ^'- 6, no. 2. Title- 
page of V. 1-2: •' William and Mary College Quarterly, His- 
torical Papers." 

Public Documents and Official Publica- 

An analysis of the Collected Documents of Virginia has 
been made for the Carnegie Institution of Washington and 
the results will appear in one of its publications, probably in 
the autumn of 1907. 

Adjutant General's Office. 
Annual Report, 1897/9, 99/1900, 1900/01- 
1901/2, 1903/4. Richmond, 1899-1904. 8°. 

Same, 1 846/7-1 8 5 5/6, 1859/60-1863, 1866, 

1S73-74, 1876, 1879-S1, 1883-1903. (In : 
Journals and ann. repts.) 

Agricultural Experiment Station. 
Annual report, 1891/2, 92/3, 96/7, 99/igoc— 
1900/01, 1902/3-1903/4. Richmond, Roanoke, 
1893-1905. 8°. 

Bulletins. Old series, nos. 2, 9-1 1. New series, 
12-16, 18-19, 21-32, 34-33, 40-45. 50-52, 54- 
56, 61-63, 73. 77-73, 80-83, S8-90, 105-132, 
137-162. Lynchburg, 1889-1904. 8°. 

Agriculture, Department of. 
Annual reports of the commissioner, nos. 3-7 
(1879-1884). Richmond, 1879-84. 8°. 
Continued as; 
Annual report of the State Board, nos. [i]3-4, 
6-9 (18S8, 1890-91, 1893-96). Richmond, 
1888-96. 8°. 

Continued as: 

Annual report of the Commissioner, no. 24(1902). 

Richmond, 1902. 8°. 

Continued as: 
Report of the Department, no. 26-27 (1904-5). 

Richmond, 1905. 8°. 

Attorney General's Office. 
Annual report of the attorney general, 1836- 
1839, 1852-58, 1860-61, 1866, 1S73-74, 1876- 

1904. n.t.-p. Richmond, 1836-1904. 8°. (In: 
House jols. and Annual reports.) 

Auditor of Public Accounts, Office of. 

Annual report of the Auditor, 1 860/1, 1863/4- 
64/5. 1871/2-73/4. 1875/6. 1877/8. 1883/5. 
1890/1, 1892/3-98/9, 1900/01-1903/4. Rich- 
mond, 1861-1904. 8°. 
Same, 1S20, 1S23, 1838-1904. (In: Jour- 
nals and Annual Reports.) 

Report of the second auditor on the condition of 
the public debt of Va. and the literary fund, 
1871, 1873-75, 1888-89, 1892, 1S94-1900. 
Richmond, 1871-1900. 8°. 

Same, 1S44-55, 1859-61, 1871, 1S73-74, 

1S76-1904. (In: Senate Journals and An- 
nual Reports.) 

Reports of Life Insurance Companies. 1S93-1900. 
\_Richmond,'\ 1893-1900. 8°. 

Financial statement and suggestions relative to 
defects in the revenue laws. n. p. [i860] 
104 p. 8°. 

Muster rolls of the Virginia militia in the war of 
1812, being a supplement to the pay rolls 
printed and distributed in 1851. Copied from 
rolls in the Auditor's Office at Richmond. 
Richmond : W. F. Ritchie, public printer, 
1852. xiv, 85S p. 8°. 

Climate and Crop Service. 
Report, monthly, v. 8-16 (1898-1906). Richmond, 
1S98-1906. 8°. 


?,QQ Bulletin of the N. Y. P. L., v. 8, p. 195-6, 

and the chronological arrangement below. 

Corporation Commission. 
Annual report, no. 1-2 (1903-4). Richmond, igoJr- 

1905. 8°. 

Virginia corporation law. Constitutional provisions 
and statutes of Virginia relating to issuing, 
amending and taxing charters of corporations 
. . .Richmond : J. H. O'Bannon, 1905. 71 ?• 


Virginia Council and General Court Records, 1640- 
1641. (From " Robinson's notes," Virginia 
Historical Society Collection.) (Virginia Mag. 
of Hist, and Biog., vol. 11, p. 277-284. 
Richvi07id, 1904.) 



Public Doctimenis, cont'd. 

Journals of the Council of Virginia in executive 

sessions, 1 737-1 763. (Virginia Mag. of Hist. 

and Biog. v. 14, p. 1-35. 1906.) 


Reports of cases determined in the General Court 
of Virginia. From 1730, to 1740; and from 
1768 to 1772. By Thomas Jefferson. Char- 
lottesville: F. Carr &f Co., 1829. viii, 145 p. 

Decisions of cases in Virginia by the High Court 
of Chancery, with remarks upon decrees by 
the Court of Appeals reversing some of those 
decisions. Richmottd : T. Nicholson, 1795. 
166 p., I 1. f°. 

Reports of cases argued and determined in the 
Court of Appeals and in General Court of Vir- 
ginia. 1 790-1 860. Richmottd, etc. 1798- 
1860. 8°. 


Bushrod Washington. 1790-1796. 2 v. Richmond, j.y<)Q- 


W. W. Hening and \V. Munford. 1806-1810. 4 v. Flat- 
bush and Ne'M York, 1809-1811. 

W. Munford. 1810-1820. 6 v. NewYork, Fredericksburg, 
Richmond, i8 12-21. 

Peyton Randolph. 1821-1828. 6 v. Richmond, 1823-29. 

B. W. Leigh. 1829-1842. 12 v. Richmond, 1854-7, 1834-44. 

Conway Robinson. 1842-1843. 2 v. Richmond, 1843-4. 

Peachy R. Grattan. 1844-60. 15 v. Richmond, 1845-60. 

Mu.NFOKD (William). General index to the Vir- 
ginian law authorities, reported by Washington, 
Call, Hening, and Munford, jointly, and Munford 
separately. With notes. Richmond: John War- 
rock, i8ig. xi, 576 p. 8°. 

Entomologist and Plant Pathologist, Office of. 
Report on the San Jose scale and administration 
of the crop pest law. no. 5 (1903/5). Rich- 
mond, 1906. 8°. 

Fish Commission. 
Annual report of the commissioners, 1875-79, 
18S1, 1884/5, 1887/8-1889, 1891-92, 1894, 
1900-1904. Richmond, 1875-1904. (In: An- 
nual Reports.) 

Same, separate, 1875, 1877-79, 18S2-83. 

Richmond, 1875-1884. 8°. 

Same, reprinted, 1-2. 1875/6-1876/7. Rich- 
mond, 1877. 75 pp. 8°. 

General Assembly. 

Virginia legislative documents [forming the rec- 
ords of the General Assembly of Virginia, 1764, 
'65, '70, '74, '75]. (Virginia Mag. of Hist, and 
Biog. V. 9, p. 353-36S; V, 10, p. 1-16; V. 12, 
p. 417-424; V. 13, p. 36-59, 411-424; V. 14, 
p. 50-79. Richmond, 1902-1906.) 

Annual reports of officers, 1 846/7-1 853/4, 1855/6- 
1857/8, 1859/60, 1866, 1871-1904. Richmottd, 
1847-1905. 8°. 

Manual of the Senate and House of Delegates, 
1891/2-1901/02. Richmond, 189I-1902. 24°. 

Geological Survey. 
Bulletins, no. 1-3. Richmond, 1905-1906. 8°. 

Annual message, 1861-62, 1864, 1865; Dec, July, 
1866; 1870-72, iS74-'77, 1881, 1887, 1891, 
1895-96, 1902, 1904. Richmond, I'abi-K^o^. 8°, 

Same, 1S10-1904. (In: Senate and House 

journals and ann. reports.) 

Inaugural addresses, 1856, 1874, 1S98, 1902. Rich- 
mond, 1 856-1902. 8°. 

Same, 1816; 1820, 1848, 1S64, 1870, 1SS2, 

1897, 1901-1902. (In: House and Senate 

A list of commissioners [in other states, &c. , ap- 
pointed by the executive of Virginia, and ap- 
pearing to be in office on the 31. day of Decem- 
ber, 1857, with dates of appointment and 
residence of each commissioner], n. t.-p. 
[1857?] 7 pp. 8 = . 

Same. [Commissioners appointed during 1858 

and 1859.] n. p. [i86o?J 8 pp. 8°. (Doc. 
36. 1S60?) 

Message of the Governor, vetoing Senate bill no. 
27, to ratify and confirm the consolidation of 
the Richmond and Southwestern Railway Com- 
pany with the Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio 
Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, under the 
name and style of the Richmond and Louis- 
ville Railroad Company, w. t.-p. [1882] 3 p. 

Special message of the governor of Virginia to the 
general assembly relative to oysters. (In: Vir- 
ginia. Governor. Message. . . December 2, 
1891. Richmottd, 1891. 8°. pp. 41-63.) 

Proclamation, Thanksgiving Day. November 26, 

1903. 2 1. 4°. 

Health Board. 
Annual report, 1 871/2. Richtnond, 1872. 8°. 

Same, 1S74. (In: Annual Reports.) 

House of Burgesses. 
Journal of the House of Burgesses [Feb. lO-Apr. 
II, 1772]. [Colophon: Williamsburg: Pritited 
by W. Rind, 1772.] 164 p. f°. 
Journals of House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1770- 
1772, 1773-1776. Edited by John Pendleton 
Kennedy. Richmottd, 1906-1905. 2 v. f°. 
1773/6 contains records of the Committee of Correspon- 
dence as well as Journals of the Burgesses. 

House of Delegates. 
Journal, 1776-1790, 1792, 1797/8, 1810/1, 1812/13, 

1S14/5, 1836/7, 1838-1857/8, 1859/60- 

1904. Richmottd, 17 76-1904. i° and 8°. 

Immigration Board. 
Annual report, 1866, 1869, 1875-1877. tt. t.-p. 
(In: Sen. and House jols. 1867-1877.) 

Labor and Industrial Statistics Bureau. 
Annual report, no. 1, 3-8 (1898/9, 1900-1905). 
Richtnond, 1899-1905. 8°. 

Same, 1-7 (i 898/9-1904). (In: Annual Re- 
ports, 1 899-1904). 


Annual report of the Board of Directors, 1875, 

1877, 1S79, 1881, 1S83, 1888, 1890-92, 1S94- 

99, igoi-1905. Richtnottd, 1875-1905. 8°. 

Same, 1812-62, 1866, 1873, 1876-1904. (In: 

House and Senate Journals and Annual Re- 



Public Documents, cont'd. 

Public Instruction Department. 
Annual report of the Superintendent, nos. 1-5, 
7-21 (1871-5, 1877-1891). Richmond, 1871- 

gr. 8°. 

Continued as: 

Biennial report, 1892/3-1896/7, 1900/1-1904/5. 
Richmond, 1S93-1905. 8°. 

Same, 1871, 1S73-4, 1876-99. (In: Annual 


Te.xt-books for the primary and grammar grades of 
the public schools of Virginia, adopted June 
24th, 1904. Regulations of the State Board of 
Education for introducing books into the 
schools, n. t.-p. Richmond : IV. E. Jones, 
prtr., 1904. 336 p. 8°. 

Public Works Board. 
Annual Report, 1851-57/8, 1859/61, 1872, 1874, 
1876. [Richviond, 1851-1876.] 8°. 

Same, 1S16, 1820-31, 1833-36, 1838-39, 

1849-61,1888,1892. (In: House Journals and 
Annual Reports.) 

Quarantine Commission. 
Elizabeth River District. Report of the Medical 
Officer of Quarantine. 1S77-78. {Norfolk, 

1877-78.] 8^ 

For year ending Dec. 20. 

Railway Commissioner's Office. 
Annual report of the Commissioner, no. 1-26 (1877- 
1901/2). Richmond, 1877-1902. 8°. 

Office abolished March i, 1903, and duties placed upon Cor- 
poration Coramission. 


Journals, 1778-79, 1785/6-1790, 1810/1, 1812/3, 
1814/5, 1816/7-1S21/2, 1828/9-1863/4, 
1865/6-1904. Richmond, 1778-1904. f and 

Manual of members, officers, and standing com- 
mittees and rules... also, the constitution of 
Virginia, &c., &c. Session of 1885-6. Rich- 
mond: R. V. Derr, Supt. of Pub. Prtg., 1885. 
84 p. 24°. 

Sinking Fund Commission. 

Biennial report of commissioners, 1859. Richmond, 
1859. 8°. 

State Department. 

Annual report of Secretary of Commonwealth to 
the Governor and General Assembly, 1902/3- 
1904/5. Richmond, i903-'o5. 8°. 

State Library. 
Annual report of the joint committee appointed to 
examine into the condition of the public {i.e., 
state) library, its regulation and funds, 1827- 
35, 1837-53. 1857-61, 1866-77. n. t.-p. (In: 
Senate and House Journals, 1828-1878.) 
These are really state library reports, and. in the later years, 
they are accompanied by the annual report of the secretary of 
state as state librarian. 

Continued as: 

Biennial report of the joint committee, etc. ,1882/3- 
1 890/1, 1894/5-9S/9. n. t.-p. (In: Senate 
Journals, 1883/4-1900/00.) 

Annual report of the state librarian, 1902/4. (In: 
Collected Documents, 1902/4.) 

A catalogue of the library of the State of Virginia, 
arranged alphabetically... to which are pre- 
fixed the rules and regulations provided for the 
government of the library. Richmond, 1856. 
270 p. 8°. 


Collected Laws and Codes. 

Under Colony. 

1632. [First revisal of the laws of Virginia] 61 

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i64|. [Third revisal of the laws of Virginia] 131 

acts, (i Hening, 429-494.) 
1662. The Lawes of Virginia Now in Force. Lon- 
don: Printed in the year M.DC.LXII. 2 11., 
82 p., 2 11. 4°. 

Printed by Cotes. Edited by Francis Moryson. Also in 
Hening ii: 41-148. 

1694. An Abridgment of the laws of Virginia, 
made by Philip Ludwell, and now for the first 
time printed. Richmond, Va.: House of the So- 
ciety, 1903. (2), 78 p. 8°. 

Repr. Va. Magazine of History and Biography. Published 
by the Va. Historical Society. 

1725. Laws of Virginia relating to the church and 
the clergy, religion and learning. (Trott. Laws 
of the British Colonies in America relating to the 
church and the clergy, etc. London, 1725. p. 
1727. Acts of Assembly, passed in the Colony of 
Virginia from 1662 to 1715. Volume i. London: 
Printed by John Baskett, 1121. xxiv, 391 p. F°. 
Volume 2 was never published. 
1733. A Collection of all the Acts of Assembly 
now in Force. . . Williatnsburg: Printed by Wil- 
liam Parks, 1733- (2), 922 p. F°. 
1737. An Exact Abridgment of all the Public Acts 
of Assembly of Virginia, in Force and Use. . . 
Williamsburg: Printed by William Parks, 1737. 
xlvii, 345 p., 41 11. 4°. 
By John Mercer. 
1739. A Continuation of the Abridgment of all the 
Public Acts of Assembly of Virginia in Force 
and Use. Williamsburg: Printed by William 
Parks, 1739. vi, (2), 347-376 p., 14 11. 4°- 
1759. An Exact Abridgment of all the Public Acts 
of Assembly of Virginia in Force and Use... 
January i, 1758... By John Mercer. Glasgow: 
Printed by John Bryce and David Pater sott, 1759. 
(2), xxii, 482 p. 4°. 
1769. The Acts of Assembly Now in Force... 
Williamsburg: Printed by W. Rind, A. Purdie 
and J. Dixon, \-b<^. (2), 577 P- Fo- 
under COMMONWE,-\LTH. 

1785. A Collection of all such Public Acts of the 
General Assembly and Ordinances of the Con- 
ventions of Virginia passed since the year 1768, 
as are now in iovcQ. . .Richmond: Printed by 
Thomas Nicholson and William Prentis, 1785. 
235 p. F°. 

1794. A Collection of all suCh Acts of the General 
Assembly of Virginia, of a Public and Perma- 
nent Nature, as are now in Force. . .Richmondj 
Printed by Augustine Davis, \T^\. 380 p. F, 



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1803. Collection of all such acts of General Assem- 
bly. . .of a public and permanent nature as are 
now in force. . . Vol. i. Jiichmond: Savuiel 
Pleasants, 1803. (2), v, 454 p. 8°. 

180S. .Same, vol. 2. Richmond: Samuel Pleasants, 
1808. vi, 322 p. 8°. 

1812. Supplement containing the acts. . passed 
on since. . . 1807. Richynond: Samuel Pleasants, 
1812. 210 p. 8°. 

1819. The revised code of the laws of Virginia. 
RichfHond: Thomas Ritchie, 1819. 2 v. 8°. 

1823. Statutes at large: being a collection of all the 
laws of Virginia from the first session of the Leg- 
islature in the year 1619. ..By William Waller 
Hening. Volume 1-13. 8°. 
V. 1-2. New York: Printed by R. &f W. ^ G. 

Bartow, 1823. 
V. 3. Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Desilver, 

V. 4-6. Richmotid : At the Franklin Press — 

W. W. Gray, 181 9-1 820. 
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V. 8-9. Richmond: Pritited by J. G. Cochran, 

V. 10-12. Richrnond: Printed by George Cochran, 

V. 13, Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Desil- 
ver, 1823. 

Personal names in Hening's statutes at 

large. . .By J. J. Casey. A^ew York, 1896. 3 p.l., 
141 p. 8°. 
1833. Supplement to the revised code of...iSi9. 
Richmond: Sa?nuel Shepherd &' Co., 1833. viii, 
584 p. 8°. 
1835-1836. The statutes at large. .. 1792-1806. 
(New series.) Being a continuation of Hening. 
By Samuel Shepherd. Richmond: Satnnel Shep- 
herd, I S3 5-36. 3 V. 8°. 
1849. The code of Virginia. [Compiled by J. M. 
Patton and Conway Robinson.] Richmo7id : 
IV. F. Ritchie, 1S49. xxxi, 898 (i) p. 8°. 

Another issue. 2 vols. 

i860. The code of Virginia. . . Second edition. 
Richmond : Ritchie, Dtinnavant 6^ Co., 1S60. 
xxiii, 1022 p. 8°. 
1874. Third edition of the code of Virginia. . . 
Prepared by George W. Munford. Richmond: 
J. E. Goode, 1873. xix (i), 1546 (i) p. 8°. 
1887. The code of Wrgmsi. . .Richmond : J. E. 

Goode, 1887. xvi, 1177 (i) p. 8°. 
1898. Supplement to the code of Virginia. By J.G. 
Pollard. Richmond: J. L. Hill Prtg. Co., 1898. 
vi (2), 3-514 P- 8°. 


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Collegie of William and Mary, Williamsburg. 

[Annual] Catalogue. 1889/90-97/8, 1 900/1. Rich- 
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History of the college (including the genera' 
catalogue) from its foundation, 1693, to 1S70. Bal- 
titfiore, 1870. 162 p. 8^. 

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I 1. 8°. 

A catalogue, from its foundation to the present 
time. [^Williamsburg, 1859.] 102 p. 8°. 

The Present State of Virginia, and the 

College: By Messieurs Hartwell, Blair, and Chil- 
ton. To which is added, The Charter for erecting 
the said College... London: John Wyat, 1727. 
(4), 95 P- 8°. 

The charter, transfer and statutes, of the 

College of William and Mary in Virginia: in Latin 
and English. Williajusburg: W. Hunter, 1758. 
164 p. 8°. 

Presentation copy from Dr. Dawson, president of William 
and Mary, to Samuel Davies, president of Princeton. 



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Course of studies in William and Mary 

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... in support of the petition . . . for an appropri- 
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[1874] 16 p. 8°. 

Two hundredth anniversary of the charter 

of the College of William and Mary. 1693-1893. 
\^Richmond: Whittet Ss' Shepperson/printers, 1894.] 
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Edited by Lyon G. Tyler. 

The making of the Union, Contributions of 

the College of William and Mary in Virginia. 
jRic/imond, 1S99. 36 p., I I. 8°. 

Eastern Lunatic Hospital, Williamsburg. An- 
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Female normal school. Report, 1885-1889. 
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Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. 

Annual Catalogue. (1S70/1, 75/6, 79/80, 82/3, 
87/8-89/90, 93/4-1905/6.) Hampton, 1870-1906. 

1875/6 contains a statement of its history, methods and re- 

1904/s is Bulletin v. i, no. i, Ja.-Mr. 1903. 

1905/6 is Bulletin v. 2, no. i, Mr. 1906. 

Principal's report. 1876/7, 78/9, 80/1, 

83/4, 85/6-86/7, 88/9-1901/2, 1903/4. Hampton, 
1877-1904. 8°. 

Early reports called Annual reports. No. 34 for 1901/2. 

Same. 1876/7-1889/90. (In: An- 
nual Report of Officers, etc.) 

[Report to the Supt. of public instruction 

forVa.] 1879/80-S0/1. .ffzV/5w£>«a?, 1880-1S81. 8°. 

Hampton tracts for the people. Sanitary 

series. No. 3, 5. Neio York, 1879. 16°. 

Southern (The) Workman, v. 5, no. 10 

(1876) ;v. 8, no. 4 (1879); v, 10, nos, i, 4; v. 13, 
nos. 7-12; v. 14, nos. 8-9; v. 15, nos. 3, 6-7, 10; v. 
16, nos. I, 3, 6; v. 19-20; v. 21, nos. i-ii; v. 22, 
nos. i-ii; V. 23-date. Hampton, 1876-date. f° 
and 4°. 

Talks and thoughts of the Hampton Indian 

• students, v. 6, nos. 1-2, 4, 7-12; v. 7, nos. i, 4- 

12; V. 8, nos. 2-12; V. 9, nos. i, 3-12; v. 11-12; v. 
13, nos. 1-2, 5-12; v. 14; v. 15, nos. i, 3-12; v. 
i6-date. Hampton, 1891-date. 12°. 

Alumni Association. Primary needs of 

the negro race. An address by K. Miller. Wash- 
ington, iSgq. 18 pp. 8°. 

N'ature-Study Bureau. Animal industry 

leaflet. No. 1-4. Washingto7t, 1903-1904. 8°. 

Children's nature-study leaflet. No. 

1-3. Hampton, 1902-1904. 8°. 

Hampton Agriculture leaflet. No. 

1-9. Hampton. 1902, 8°. 

Leaflet. No. 1-17. (1901-1904.) 

\_Hai>ipton, 1901-1904.] 8°. 

Report of President Hopkins of Williams Col- 
lege [and others], upon the . . . Institute [also re- 

port of the farm manager and statement by the 
principal], n. p. [1870?] 11 p., i pi. 8°. 
First report repr. American Missionary, Aug. 1869. 

Congressional land scrip. Hampton Normal 
and Agricultural Institute. Letters of R. W. 
Hughes, a Trustee, and Gen. S. C. Armstrong, 
Superintendent of the Hampton Institute. Rich- 
mond, 1872. 12 p. nar. 8°, 

Hampton and its students. By two of its teach- 
ers, Mrs. M. F. Armstrong and H. W. Ludlow. 
With 50 cabin and plantation songs, arranged by 
T. F. Fenner... 255 p., i pi. ill. New York, 
1874. 8°. 

[An appeal to the friends of the Institute in the 
hope of increased aid.] Hatnpton, Va., 1879. 30 p. 

[Appeal of the vKrmstrong Association in behalf 
of the Institute. New York, 1880?] 15 p. 24°. 

Concernlng 'Indians. Extracts from the an- 
nual report of the principal for 1883. Hampton, 
1883. 29 p. 8°. 

[Its work for the negro and Indian races* 
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Its work for two races (1868 to 1885). Hatnp- 
ton, 1885. 34 p. 8°. 

Ten years' work for Indians [i878-'88]. Hamp- 
ton, 1878-88. 8°. 

Indian education at Hampton. {^Hampton, 
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Twenty-two years' work: records of negro and 
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Helen W. Ludlow] Hampton, 1893. v, i 1., 520 p., 
4 1., 4 maps, I pi. 8°. 

From the beginning. Reprinted from articles 
by Gen. S. C. Armstrong and Helen W. Ludlow 
in "22 years work of Hampton Institute." Hamp- 
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1896.] 12°. 

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Boston, 1899. 13 p. sq. 16''. 

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Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, Va. 
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Richmond College. Catalogue. Session 1872/3, 
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Dedication of Teter Memorial Hall; ad- 
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University of \'irginia. 

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pf Co., 1833. 27 p. 8°. 

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i; n. s., V. 1-4 (May 1894-Oct. 1904). Charlottes- 
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University of Virginia. To the President and 
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proceedings and finances, with preliminary obser- 
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BuRWELL (William M.) Address delivered be- 
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held in the public hall, June 29th, 1S53. Rich- 
mond: 3/ac/arlane dr" Fergiisson, 1853. 43 p. S°. 
Lectures on the evidence of Christianity, de- 
livered at the University of America, during the 
session of 1S50-1. A^eioYorh: R. Carter ^i' Bros., 
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jEia-ERSON (Thomas), and J. C. Cabell. Early 
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Bohn's album and autographs of the University 
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called by the leading clergy and others of all de- 
nominations in New York. NewYork, 1868. 24 p. 

Report of proceedings of a meeting to organize 
a movement for securing a centennial endowment 
fund for Washington and Lee University. . .held 
in Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Oct. 10, 1876. 
{Philadelphia, 1S76.] 32 p. 8°. 

Centennial organization for the better endow- 
ment of W. and L. U. Report of the meetings 
held in Independence Hall, Phila., Oct. 10, 1875, 
and June 8, 1881. NewYork, 1882. ii, i 1., 88 p. 

Preston (Margaret J.) Centennial poem for 
W^ashington and Lee Univ., Lexington, Virginia, 
1775-1S85. N'eiu York : G. P. Putnam' s Sons, 
1885. cover, title, 24 1. 12°. 

Printed on rectos only. With autograph presentation in- 
scription from G. W. C. Lee. 

The INAUGURATION of William Lyne Wilson, as 
president, September 15, 1897. Lynchbitrg {i?>C)l'\. 
49 p. 8°. 

Western Lunatic Hospital. Annual report, 
i-iS (1825-45), 21-27 (1848-54), unnumbered 
1855/7-59/61, 1865/6, 1869/70-1892/3, number- 
ing resumed, v. 2, 67-70 (1893/4-96/7), 72-76 
(i 898/9-1902/3). n. t.-p. (In: Senate and House 
Jols. and Annual Reports.) 

William and Mary. See College of William 
and Mary. 


In addition to the manuscripts, noted below as bearing 
directly on thesubject, the Library owns several large groups 
that contain historical material relating in some degree to 
Virginia. The Bancroft transcripts, drawn from various 
public and private archives, comprise a great quantity of 
documents and contemporary correspondence bearing on the 
course of events in the American colonies down to the close 
of the Revolution, with some of later date. The papers of 
the Boston Committee of Correspondence contain several 
letters from towns and counties in Virginia, written in 1774- 
75. The papers of Gen. Morgan and the letter-book-, of 
Gen. Gates and Greene relate to the campaigns in the south. 
The Yorktown campaign is described in the transcript of 
Washington's journal and in Col. Dearborn's diary, there 
is a quantity of colonial and revolutionary letters by various 
military officers, members of the Continental Congress and 
other prominent Virginians, in the volumes of the Emmet and 
the Myers collections, and among the miscellaneous unbound 
MSS. of the Ford collection, etc. In this connection may be 
mentioned also the correspondence of Samuel Adams with 
Richard Henry Lee. The records of the Loyalist Coramis- 



Manuscripts, cont'd. 

sion, transcribed recently for the New York Public Library, 
contain documents relating to the losses and services of 
Virginia loyalists. The Washington copy-press letters, 1792- 
1799, deal largely with agricultural and local matters, the 
management of his estate, the navigation of the Potomac 
river, etc. The papers of Gov. James Barbour, 1811-41, re- 
late in some degree to the political affairs of Virginia as well 
as to those of the nation at large. Other material for the 
period, from the close of the Revolution to about 1835, may 
be found among the papers of Madison and Monroe. 

Calendars and Catalogues. 

Palmer (William P). Calendar of Virginia 
state papers and other manscripts, i652(-i869), 
preserved in the capitol at Richmond. . .Richmond, 
1875-93- II V. 4°. 

Some Virginia colonial records. [1670?-! 708.] 
From the originals, Virginia State Library. (Va. 
Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 10, p. 371-382; vol. 
II, p. 57-68. 155-169. 1903-) 

These records were discovered after the Calendar of Vir- 
ginia State Papers had been published. They were intended 
for a supplementary volume, which, however, was never 

Stanard (William G.) The Virginia archives. 
Washington: Govt Print. Off., 1904. 645-664 p. 

Rep. from the Annual Report of the Amer. Hist. Ass. 
1903. Vol. I, pages 645-664. 

Virginia Historical Society. Catalogue of the 
manuscripts in the collection of the Virginia His- 
torical Society, and also of some printed papers. 
Richmond: IV. E.Jones, 1901. 2 p.l., 120 p. 8°. 

Supplement to the Virginia Magazine of History and Bio- 

Single works and groups. 

Donne (George). Virginia reviewed. About 
1640. Transcript from Harleian ALS. in the British 
Museum. 186S? 38 11. f°. Unbound. Moore. 

Gatford (Lionel). Public Good Without Pri- 
vate Interest; or, A Compendious Remonstrance of 
the present sad state and condition of the English 
Colonie in Virginea. . .London: Printed for Henry 
Marsh, 1657. Transcript. 1850? 75 11. 4°. 
Half calf. B.A.NCROFT. 

See Sabin 26760. 

Great Britain. — Ordnance Board. Estimate 
of stores for a voyage to Virginia, list of stores sent, 
and of stores in the magazine of the colony, 1676- 
1681. 12 11. F°. Unbound. moore. 

See Catalogue 0/ the Moore library, part 2, no. 1956. 

Ho'we (Henry). Historical Collections of Vir- 
ginia. Illustrated by Thos. Addis Emmet, M.D. 
New York, 1S80. 3 vol. 4°. Half morocco. 

EM. I4607-I5IO7 

Jefiferson (Thomas). Proposed constitution 
for Virginia, June, 1776. A.D. 4 11. F°. Half 

This is the " fair copy," printed in Ford's Writings oj 
JeJJerson, vol. 2, p. 7. The history of this document is there 
noted by Mr. Ford. The manuscript was presented to the 
Lenox Library by Mr. Alexander Maitland in 1894. 

Mason (CSeorge). Letters of George Mason to 
George Mason jr., John Mason, and others, 1766- 
17S8, on political matters and the course of the war, 
particularly as affecting V'irginia; and extracts from 
the Virginia charters, with remarks on them, 1773. 
20 transcripts from the originals in possession of 
J. M. Mason, and from the papers of R. H. Lee, 
1857. 4°. Half morocco. Bancroft 

Principio Company, Fa.(i76S-i769). Eight- 
een pages of accounts, and twelve letters by Thomas 
Russell, Nathaniel Martin, Francis Phillips, and 
William Baxter concerning the Principio Company's 
iron works on the Potomac River. F°. EM. P* 

Simancas Archives. Transcript of papers 
in the Simancas Archives relating to the Ilistory 
of Virginia and other portions of America between 
1608 and 1624, made for Alexander Brown and 
partly used by him in his book The Genesis of 
the United States, Boston, 1890. 731 11., 2 maps, 
I plan (copies). F°. Half morocco. 
Presented by Hon. George L. Rives, 1898. 

Smyth Papers. Virginia papers, 1613-1634. 
The manuscript coU'ns of John Smyth of Nibley 
Glocestersh, the author of the " Lives of the Berke- 
leys," one of the original Adventurers in the pro- 
motion of plantations and settlements in the second 
Virginian colony. With some papers of later date 
added. 84 originals and contemporary transcripts, 
1613-1679. F°. Morocco. 

The collection was presented by Mr. Alexander Maitland, 
1897. Calendared in Bulletin 0/ the N. Y. Public Library, 
vol. I, p. 168. See also the account of the collection, vol. i, 
p. 68: and selections printed in vol. 1, p. 68, vol. 3, pp. 160, 

208, 248. 276. 

Tobacco-claimants, Richmond, Va. Letter- 
book containing copies of petitions by several mer- 
chants of Virginia, May-June, 1865, to the U. S. 
military authorities, asking that certain quantities 
of tobacco, taken possession of by the United States 
Army on entering Richmond, be returned to them; 
with copies of affidavits, endorsements, etc. i p.l., 
131 p. F°. Cloth, roan back. 

United States. — Army {Revolution) : Vir- 
gijiia Line. A list of officers, and a list of soldiers, 
of the Virginia Line, on continental establishment, 
who have received certificates for the balance of 
their full pay agreeable to an Act of Assembly 
passed November session 1781. Certified in the 
Office of Accounts, May 11, 1789, as a true ex- 
tract from the State Auditor's List. About 250 p. 


There are also about 20 miscellaneous papers relating to 
the Virginia troops of the Revolution, as, muster rolls, pay 
rolls, returns of killed and wounded, etc., chiefly in the 
Emmet and Ford collections. See also mention of the ser- 
vices of these troops in MS. letters of the period. 

United States. — Treasury Dept. Account- 
book of sales of captured and abandoned Con- 
federate property at Lynchburg, Va., with contin- 
gent expenses for labor and transportation, etc., 
July-Aug., 1865. 27 11. F°. Boards, roan back. 

Virginia Bishopric. Draft of a document 
providing for the erection of a bishopric in Vir- 
ginia, during the reign of Charles \\. About 1680? 
In Latin. Transcript from MS. 23S in the I^ibrary 
of All Souls College, Oxford, 1S68. With an Eng- 
lish translation by George Henry Moore. 13, 11 11. 
F°. Unbound. MOORE 

Virginia Letters. John Pory's letter on the 
Virginia colony. Sept. 30, i6ig; John Harvey's de- 
claration of the state of Virginia, 1624; letter from 
the governor and council to the lords of trade, Apr. 
6, 1626; letter of Richard Kemp, May 17, 1635. 
Copies, perhaps contemporary. 3 vol. F°. Calf. 

The last two are calendared in State Papers, colonial 

Virginia Papers. Chalmers collection of 
letters and documents relating to Virginia, 1606- 



Manuscripts, cont'd. 
1775 ; letters of governors, and instructions to them, 
petitions, orders in council, etc., and correspond- 
ence of Lord Dunmore during the beginning of the 
revolution. About 200 items, the greater part tran- 
scripts, largely from the State Paper Office. 4 vol. 
F°. Calf. 

Virginia Papers. Letters of governors of 
Virginia to the home government, and other letters 
and documents relating to Virginia, 1755-1780, a 
great part being letters of Lord Dunmore dealing 
with the beginning of the revolution. 185 tran- 
scripts, mostly from the State Paper Office. T850? 
3 vol. 4°. Half morocco. Bancroft 

Virginia Papers. Letters, orders in council, 
and other documents relating to the early history of 
Virginia, 1606-1685. 62S transcripts from the 
State Paper Office. 1S52? 9 vol. F°. Boards, 
cloth backs. Bancroft 

Calendared in State Papers, colonial series. 

Calendar of Virginia Public Papers. 

The following list contains only those Virginia papers of 
an official nature that have heretofore been calendared; and 
it should be noted that the work of calendaring individual 
manuscripts has so far covered only the Emmet collection, 
the Samuel Adams papers, and some smaller groups. 

Unofficial letters relating to Virginia are not included in 
this list. 

Virginia Company. Clapham, Apr. 28, 
1613. Petition to Lord Chancellor Ellesmere, pray- 
ing that S"" Henry Nevill.S'' Henry Carye, Sr Willm 
Cornewallis, Sr John Cutts, the younger, S"" George 
Huntley, S^ John Radcliffe, S^ Walter Chute, 
Sr Arthur Manwaringe, S"" John St. John, Sr 
Thomas ffreake, John Vaughan, Richard Monyng- 
ton, John Smithe, Arthur Ingram, William Hall, 
Edmond Allen, Sr Thomas Connyngsby, Richard 
Hall, Sr William Boulestrode and Nicholas Wheeler 
be cited to appear and answer for their arrears to 
the Treasury and Company of Adventurers and 
Planters of the City of London for the first Colony 
in Virginia. D. S., Chris Brooke. Evelyn p[ro] 
def. 23 leaves, folded. F°. smyth i 

Printed in Brown's Genesis of the U. S., vol. i (Bost., i8go) 
pp. 623-631. The statement there made (page 630) that the 
names of Edmond Allen, Sir Thomas Conyngsby, and Richard 
Hall do not appear the second time is erroneous, the one line 
containing their names having been omitted accidentally by 
the transcriber. 

Yeardley {Sir George). [Jamestown, Va. ,] 
Jan. 162J. Certificate to the Council and Com- 
pany for the first southern colony of Virginia, of 
the arrival of Berkeley on January 2g, 162']', of the 
fifty persons whose names are given on the docu- 
ment. D. S., George Yeardley; countersigned by 
Jo: Pory, Secretary. With seal affixed i page 
and I leaf with endorsement. F°. smyth 34 

Virginia (Colony). — Quarter Court. [James- 
town,] Mar. 7, i62j-Mar. 7, 162!. Transcripts by 
Benjamin Harryson of entries from the court records 
relating to the debts of George Thorpe. Endorsed 
in the handwriting of John Smyth: 'Mr. Thorps 
debts in Virgynia.' 3 pp. F°. smyth 38 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. Apr. 23, 1670. 
Order ior Thomas Ludwell, escheator general, to 
summon a jury and inquire whether certain land 
escheats to the king. D. S., William Berkeley. 
Endorsed. I page. 4°. em. 14648 

Virginia (Colony) — Burgesses, House of. 
[Williamsburg,] May i, 1688. Address to Francis 
Lord Howard Baron of Effingham, protesting 
against the raising of money in Virginia to give as- 
sistance to the government of New York in main- 
taining the Indian nations under that government 
against the pretensions of the French. D. S., A. 
Allen, speaker. 2 p. F°. EM. 6203 

Virginia (Colony). James City, Nov. 10, i6gg. 
Order to Gawin Corbin, H. M. Collector of Rap- 
pahanock District, to observe the thereinbefore 
written order of His Majesty's Commissioners of 
Customs Jo Werden, Charles Godolphin, Sir Robert 
Southwell and J. Ward as to duties on tobacco. 
D. S., ffr- Nicholson. With transcript of order 
prefixed, i page. F°. em. 10553 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. [Williams- 
burg,] April 17, 1715. Writ of administration on 
John Sandiford's will, to William Sandiford, ex- 
ecutor. D. S., A. Spotswood. Countersigned by 
Wm. Cocke, i page. F°. em. 6210 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. Williamsburgh, 
May 28, 171C/. Proclamation, publishing the royal 
proclamation of clemency to pirates, of Dec. 21, 
1 718, and appointing July i as last day of surrender 
to himself or governors of Maryland and Carolina. 
D. S. , A. Spotswood. Endorsed, i page. F°. 

em. 10661 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. Williamsburg, 
June 10, 1725. Proclamation proroguing the Gen- 
eral Assembly to Thursday, Nov. 18, 1725. D.S., 
Hugh Drysdale. Endorsed, i page. F°. em. 6212 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. Williamsburgh' 
Oct. 19, 1725. Proclamation proroguing the Gen" 
eral Assembly to May 12, 1726. D. S., Hugh 
Drysdale. Endorsed, i page. F°. em. 14654 

Virginia (Colony) — Governor. Williamsburgh, 
May 7, 1765. Receipt to Colonel Preston for ^3 
for pedlars' licenses granted in Augusta County. 
A. D.S., Fran: Fauquier. Endorsed, i page. 4°. 

EM. 14858 

Connecticut (Colony) — Committee of Corre' 
spoudence. Lebanon, Conn., Aug. 10, 1773. To 
Peyton Randolph and the Committee of Corre- 
spondence of Virginia. Connecticut Committee of 
Correspondence have appointed the undersigned a 
select Corresponding Committee; the Virginia 
Committee is referred to the Committee of Corre- 
spondence of Rhode Island for information in re- 
gard to recent Court of Enquiry held in that Colony; 
information is requested as to action of Judges of 
Superior Court in Virginia in the matter of writs of 
assistance; Virginia assured of the support of Con- 
necticut, and of their hope to strengthen that har- 
mony of union among the colonies which daily 
appears more necessary. Signed by W^ Williams, 
Silas Deane, Benja Payne, Joseph Trumbull. 3 p. 
4°. ' EM. 259 

Connecticut (Colony) — Committee of Corre- 
spondence. Wethersfield, June 13 [1774]- To 
Peyton Randolph, Robert C. Nicholas, Richard 
Bland, Committee of Correspondence, Williams- 
burg, Va. Enclosing resolutions of the House of 
Representatives; July or August suggested as time 
for a congress to meet, the place to be New York 
or Philadelphia; " the wise, spirited, and season- 
able proceedings of Your truly patriotic House of 



manuscripts, cont'd. 
Burgesses, in early proposing a Correspondence 
and Union of the Colonies has justly merited & 
universally received the Approbation and grateful 
Acknowledgments of British America — And the 
manly, pious, and humane attention more lately 
manifested to the distresses of the town of Boston 
reflect equal honor on them as Men, as Patriots, 
& as Christians"; a post script tells of the day of 
fasting appointed by the Assembly and the contri- 
bution voted for the relief of Boston. A. L. S., 
Silas Deane. 2 p. 4°. em. 355 

Virginia (Colony) — Convention. Williamsburg, 
Jan. g, 1776. Commission from the Committee of 
Safety to John Tipton, as captain of a company of 
the militia of the county of Dunmore. D. S. , 
Edmd. Pendleton, John Page, Thos. Lud. Lee, P. 
Carrington, Dudley Digges, W. Cabell, Carter 
Braxton, J. Mercer. Printed form filled in. En- 
dorsed. I page. F°. EM. 630S 

Slaryland (Province) — Convention. Phila- 
delphia, Mar. 19, 1776. [To Committees of Safety 
of Virginia or Pennsylvania?] Maryland conven- 
tion has voted a sum of money to defend Baltimore; 
batteries are erecting; " if your Colony can spare us 
four eighteen pounders or eight Twelves or eight 
Nines, which shall be returned as soon as others 
can be procured, they will be of infinite Service in 
defending a Boom now very nearly ready to be laid 
across the River." L. S., Th. Johnson, Jun., 
Sam. Chase, Wm. Paca. i page. 4°. EM. 405 

Virginia (Colony) — Co7ivention. [Williams- 
burg,] June 12, 1776. A declaration of Rights 
made by the Representatives of the Good People of 
Virginia, assembled in full and free Convention, 
which Rights do pertain to them and their Poster- 
ity, as the Basis & foundation of Government. At 
the end is the note; " This declaration of Rights 
was the first in America — it received a few altera- 
tions in the A'^irginia Convention (some of them not 
for the better) and was afterwards closely Imitated 
by the other United States. G. AL" Contempo- 
rary copy of the first draft by George Mason. 3 p. 
F°. EM. 1506 

In the letter-press, Dr. Emmet states that the copy " is not 
in Mr. Mason's handwritmg, but was found among his 

For a fac-simile of the original draft see Rowland's George 
Masoti. vol. I (i8q2), p. 240. 

Gibson (John). Fort Pitt, [Pa.] June 15, 1776. 
[To the Committee of Safety of Virginia.] Ac- 
knowledges letter from John Harvey enclosing re- 
solve of the Convention; the present distracted state 
of the country has been brought about by design- 
ing men, whose grants from the Indians are likely 
to meet with opposition from Virginia; a memorial 
has been circulated praying Congress for a new 
government west of the mountains; some have said 
that the Convention has no right to frame laws, that 
they would refuse obedience, and that Virginia had 
no charter; others have said that if Congress re- 
fused the petition they would move westward with 
20,000 families. Capt. John Nevil, John Campbell 
and himself have opposed this; refers the Commit- 
tee to Campbell, who bears letter. A.L.S. I page. 
r°. EM. G* 

Virginia. — Governor. In Council, Williams- 
burg, [Va.] Sept. 17, 1777. To Gen. [Edward] 
Hand, Fort Pitt. The Board are perfectly satis- 

fied with the draughts made by Gen. Hand on the 
militia, but they fear that his plans may be inter- 
fered with by the late requisition of Congress for 
one-third of the militia of several of the counties ; 
they have sent his letter to Col. Aylett who will 
carry out his wishes respecting provisions; they 
earnestly desire that the perpetrators of the horrid 
murders committed on the Indians at the late treaty 
may be brought to justice. A. L. S. 2 pp. and i 
leaf with endorsement. 4°. e.m. v 

Virginia. — General Assembly. [Williamsburg, 
Oct. ? 177S.] F>.xamination of [John] Harvie 
and [John] Banister, lately returned from congress; 
queries and answers on the state of public affairs, 
including foreign relations and the disagreements 
of Dr. [Arthur] Lee with Franklin and Deane. 
Copy, in the handwriting of Arthur Lee? 6 pp., r 
leaf with endorsement; also a narrow strip with a 
series of questions on Cunningham's cruise, in the 
handwriting of Richard Henry Lee. 4°. s. adams 

Buford (Abraham). Salisbury [N. C.,] June 
2, 1780. To the Assemby [of Virginia]. Sends 
an account of his misfortunes on the 29th ult. ; 
states that his troops were moving slowly owing to 
the bad state of the roads and the heavily loaded 
wagons, when they found that the enemy was close 
upon their rear; Col. Tarleton sent a flag of truce 
demanding surrender, which he refused; they were 
immediately attacked, and though the officers be- 
haved with great bravery, they were overpowered 
by superior numbers, and forced to retreat; two- 
thirds of the troops were killed or wounded; many 
were killed after they had surrendered; has spent five 
days collecting stragglers; had appointed Salisbury 
as the place of rendezvous; Gen. Huger had ad- 
vised him to send his officers to the Assembly and 
if possible get more men; is ill himself, but will 
wait on the Assembly for orders and advice; reports 
the loss of 10,000 lbs. of powder, a quantity of un- 
made clothing, two field-pieces and 20 wagons and 
teams with the baggage of the regiment. A. L. S. 
Endorsed. 4 pp. F°. em. 6600 

Virginia. — Delegates in Congress. Philadel- 
phia, Aug. 20, 1 781. To Thomas Nelson, Gover- 
nor of Virginia. Enclosing a copy of correspond- 
ence between the Virginia delegation and the 
Executive [of Pennsylvania] as to a process of 
Simon Nathan versus goods in ship Franklin on 
account of State of Virginia; also papers as to 
charge against Gabriel Penn ; had obtained from 
Congress passports for the importation of 50,000 
bushels of salt from Bermudas. A. L. S., J. Mad- 
ison Junr. Signed also, Jos: Jones, Edm: Ran- 
dolph, Theok. i page. 4°. em. 9774 

The address is mounted on the back. 

Virginia. — Governor. Council Chamber [Rich- 
mond], Sept. 16, 1782. To Col. William Fleming 
and the Kentucky commissioners. Orders for their 
proceedings; speaks of the money sent on for 
them, and leaves matters largely to their discretion. 
A. L. S. Benjamin Harrison [Governor]. En- 
dorsed. 2 pp. 4°. e.m. 108 1 

Virginia. — Governor. Richmond, Mar. 31, 
17S3. Commission appointing James Browning 
and P)enjamin Lillard, appointed justices of the 
peace on that same day for Culpeper county, com- 
missioners of oyer and terminer for the trial of 



Manuscripts, cont'd. 
slaves in Culpeper county. D. S., Benj. Harrison, 
Governor. Printed form filled in. With seal affixed. 

1 page. F°. EM. 3897 
Virginia. — Governor. Council - Chamber, 

[Richmond, Va.,] Sept. 2, 1783. Certificate that 
Iverson Nuttall is entitled to the proportion of land 
allowed a midshipman of the State Navy for three 
years' service. Printed form filled in. D. S., Benj 
Harrison. Countersigned, Thos. Meriwether, i 
page. 12°. EM. 5793 

Virginia. — Governor. Richmond, Dec. 6, 
1 788. Land warrant for 6,180 acres of land to 
Abraham Irvin, in consideration of three land-office 
treasury warrants, nos. 12,924, 12,925, 12,923, all 
issued July 9, 1782. D. S., Beverley Randolph, 
Governor. Vellum. 2 pp. F°. em. 3901 

The seal has been removed. 

Lee (Henry). July 4, I794- Division orders 
dated June 30, and July 4, 1794, appointing 
Thomas Nelson and George K. Taylor aides de 
camp, and prescribing the quota to be furnished 
by each brigade of militia in order to complete the 
three regiments and nine companies required of the 
4th Division. D. S. 4 PP- F°. em. 7975 

Virginia. — Governor. Richmond, Apl. 11, 

1810. To the Governor of . Being required 

by the Legislature of Virginia to propose to the 
Executive Council of each state an annual exchange 
of the respective acts of every state, including the 
Revised Code, he transmits to the Governor such 
acts as fall within the requisition, hoping the pro- 
position may meet his approval. L. S., Jno; Tyler. 
Endorsed: " 20th: July, 181 1 acknowledged in a 
letter to John H. Pleasants, with laws." i page. 
4°. EM. 6149 

Virginia. — Governor. Richmond, Oct. 26, 
1841. To the Governor of New Hampshire. Cir- 
cular letter enclosing documents referred to in an- 
nexed resolution of the General Assembly. Printed 
form, signed, John Rutherfoord Lieut. Governor. 

2 pp. 8°. EM. 14723 
University of Virginia. — Rector and Visi- 
tors. [Charlottesville, about 1800?] To the Presi- 
dent and Directors of the Literary Fund. Draft 
of an annual report as to the policy, proceedings 
and finances, with preliminary observations on the 
death of George Washington. A. D., Thomas Jef- 
ferson. With numerous interlineations and correc- 
tions. 5 pp. 4°. EM. u 

General History. 
Systematic Works. 

Arthur (Timothy Shay), aiid W. H. Carpen- 
ter. The history of Virginia, from its earliest 
settlement to the present time. Philadelphia : 
Lippiucott, Grambo &" Co., 1852. I p.l., 332 p. 
I port. 12°. (Lippincott's cabinet histories of 
the States.) 

Philadelphia : Caxton, Renisen &-= 

Heffeljinger, 1872. 332 p. 16°. (Cabinet his- 
tories of the States.) 

B[everley] (R[obert]). The History and Pres- 
ent State of Virginia, in Four Parts. I. The His- 
tory of the First Settlement of Virginia, and the 
Government thereof, to the present Time. IL 
The Natural Productions and Conveniences of the 
Country, suited to Trade and Improvement. III. 

The Native ^Indians, their Religion, Laws and 
Customs, in War and Peace. IV. The present 
State of the Country, as to the Polity of the Gov- 
ernment, and the Improvements of the Land. By 
a Native and Inhabitant of the Place. London : 
Printed for K. Parker, at the Vnicorn, under the 
Piazza^ s of the Royal-Exchange, 1705. 6 p.l., 104, 
40, 64, 83, 16 p., I folded sheet, 2 1., 15 pi. 8°. 

The Second Edition revis'd and en- 
larged by the Author. London : B. &' S. Tooke, 
1722. 4 p.l., 284 p., 12 1., 15 pi. 8"". 

2. ed. London: F. Fayram, J. Clarke 

b' T. Bickertoti, 1722. 7 p.l., 284 p., 12 1., 15 
pi. 8°. 

Histoire de la Virginie, contenant I'histoire 

du premier etablissement dans la Virginie, les pro- 
ductions. . . Du pais. . .les coutumes des Indiens. . . 
Par un auteur natif. . .Tr. de I'anglois. . . Orleans, 
Paris : P. Ribou, 1707. 4 p.l., 416 p., 9 1., 15 
pi., I tab. 16°. 

Authorship was here ascribed to " D. S.," which was 
taken to mean D. Stevens. 

Amsterdam: T. Lombrail, 1707. 4 v. 

in I. 12°. 

Amsterdam : J. F. Bernard, 1718. 

4 V. in I. 12°. 

Amsterdam : Claude Jordan, 1718. 

4 V. in I. 


(John). The history of Virginia, 
its first settlement to the present day. Petersburg, 
Virginia : Dickson &' Pescud, printers, 1 804-16. 
4 V. 8°. 

Vol. 4. The history of Virginia; commenced by John Burk 
and continued by Skelton Jones and Louis Hue Girardin. 
M. W. Dunnavant, printer. 

Campbell (Charles). History of the colony 
and ancient dominion of Virginia. Philadelphia : 
J. B. Lippincott ^ Co., 1S60. (4) xiii-xvi, 17-765 
p. 8°. 

Campbell (Charles). Introduction to the his- 
tory of the colony and ancient dominion of Vir- 
ginia. Richmond: B. B. Minor, 1847. 200, viii p. 


Campbell (J. W.) A history of Virginia, from 
its discovery till the year 1781. With biographical 
sketches of all the most distinguished characters 
that occur in the colonial, revolutionary, or subse- 
quent period in our history. Petersburg ( Va.) : 
J. W. Catnpbell, 1873. 310 p. nar. 12°. 

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Boston, 18S4. 

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Doyle (John Andrew). 

America. Virginia, Maryland, and the Carolinas. 
JVew York: H. Holt 6" Co., 1882. xvi, 420 p., 
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Drake (Samuel Adams). The making of Vir- 
ginia and the middle colonies, 1578-1701. N'ew 
York : C. Scribners Sons, 1893. x, 228 p. illus. 

Fiske (John). Old Virginia and her neighbours. 
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin &^ Co., 1897. xxi, 
318 p., r 1., 3 maps; xvi, 422 p., 3 maps. 2 v. 

Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Ssf Co., 

1900, 2 v. Illustrated edition. 8°. 

4. ed. 12 . 

5. ed. 12°. 
English colonies in 



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Henry (William Wirt). Historical sketch of the 
state of Virginia. (In: Eminent and representa- 
tive men of Virginia and the District of Columbia 
of the nineteenth century. . ../l/aa''w, Wis., 1893. 
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History of the United States: No. i, or, Uncle 
Philip's conversations with the children about Vir- 
ginia. NewVork; Harper S^ Bros., 1840. 282 p., 
4 pi. 16°. (Boy's and girl's library, no. xxi.) 

Ho'we (Henry). Historical collections of Vir- 
ginia, containing a collection of the most interest- 
ing facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anec- 
dotes, &c., relating to its history and antiquities, 
together with geographical and statistical descrip- 
tions. To which is appended an historical and de- 
scriptive sketch of the District of Columbia. 
Charleston: S. C. Babcock Sff Co., 1845. x, 1 1-544 
p., 15 pi., 3 port., I map. illus. 8°. 

Charleston : W. R. Babcock, 1849. 

X, 11-544 p., I map, 16 pi., 5 port. 8°. 

Charleston, 1852. 8°. 

Charleston, 1856. x, 11-544 P-. i rn^p, 

18 pi., 4 port. 8°. 

Historical collections of Virginia. 

Illustrated by Thos. Addis Emmet, M.D, New 
York, 1880. 3 V. 4°. 

Volume I consists of pages i to 162 of the 1852 edition, 
2 of pages 163 to 349, 3 of pages 349 to 544, with index of 12 

Inserted are 481 manuscripts, prints, maps, views, etc. 

The important MSS. are listed in the Calendar of the 
Evttiiet Cfltttction, pp. 479-482. 

Howison (Robert Reid). A history of Vir- 
ginia, from its discovery and settlement by Euro- 
peans to the present time. . .2 vols. Vol. i. Phila- 
delphia: Carey &" Hart, 1846. Vol. 2. Richmond: 
Drinker ts' Morris, 184S. S^. 

Keith i^Sir William). The history of the Brit- 
ish plantations in America. .. Part i. Containing 
the history of Virginia; with remarks on the trade 
and commerce of that colony. London: Soc. for 
the encouragement of learjting, 1738. 4 p.!., 187 
(i) p., 2 maps. 4°. 

Magill (M. T.) History of Virginia, for the 
use of schools, new ed. Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. 
Bell iff- Co. [1890.J 374 p. 8°. 

Maury (Dabney Herndon). Voung people's 
history of Virginia and Virginians. Richmond : 
B. F. Johnson Pub. Co. [1904.] 248 p., i map, 
I pi. %\ 

Robertson (William). The history of Amer- 
ica. Books IX. and X. Containing the history of 
Virginia, to the year 1688; and the history of New 
England, to the year 1652. London : Strahan, etc., 
\-lf)b. viii, 249 p., I 1. 8°. 

Philadelphia : J. Humphreys, 1799. 

xiv, I 1., 17-196. 4°. 

Alston, Cumberland : T. Walton ^ 

Co., 1S09. 4 V. 8°. 

Berwick: W. Grade, 181 1. 2 v. 8°. 

London, 181 7. 4 v. 8°. 

London : Sharpe dr' Son, 1S20. 4 v. 


Philadelphia: Printed by Simon Pro- 

basco for the Proprietor, 1821. 2. Am. ed. fr. 10. 
Lond. ed. 2 v. 8°. 

Philadelphia : R. Desilver, 182 1-2, 

2. Am. ed. from 10. Lond. ed. 2 v. 8°. 

London: T. Cadell, 182 1. 3 v. 8°. 

Posthumous ; edited by his son. In issues above noted 
books 1 X. and X. form the last of the 2, 3, or 4 volumes. 

Smith (John). The General! Historic of Vir- 
ginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles: with 
the names of the Adventurers, Planters, and Gov- 
ernours from their first beginning An : 15S4, to 
this present 1624. \\'ith the Proceedings of those 
Severall Colonies and the Accidents that befell 
them in all their Journeys and Discoveries. Also 
the iMaps and Descriptions of all those Countryes, 
their Commodities, people. Government, Customes, 
and Religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe Bookes. 
By Captaine lohn Smith sometymes Governour in 
those Countryes &: Admirall of New England. 
London : Printed by L. D. (s' I. H. for Michael 
Sparkes, 1624. engr. t.-p., 1-96, 105-248 p., 4 
pi. i\ 

This copy belonged to Thomas Penn, and has his auto- 
graph on first leaf after title. On fly-leaf is a MS. certificate 
that it is the copy used as evidence in the 1745 suit between 
the Penn and Baltimore heirs, signed by the six judges. 

Another copy. 3 plates. 

Another copy. 3 plates. 

Another copy, without plates. 

Another copy, on large paper. 4 plates. 

The Brinley copy, bound in full morocco, gilt, with the 

royal arms stamped on the front cover and those of the 
Duchess of Richmond and Lenox on the back. 

London : Printed by I. D. &' I. H. 

for Michael Sparkes, 1626. engr. t.-p., I-96, 
105-208 p., 4 pi. f°. 

" To this present " on title has " 1624 " changed to "1626. 
Portrait of Charles has a crown added and title of Princeps 
changed to Rex. 

London : Printed by L D. b' I. H. 

for Michael Sparkes, 1627. engr. t.-p., 1-96, 105- 
248 p., 5 pi. f°. 

Date is changed to 1627 in imprint but not in text of title. 
Duchess of Richmond portrait is lacking in this copy. 

Another copy. 6 pi. f°. 

The Pocahontas and Duchess of Richmond portraits are 

London : Printed by /. D. 6^ /. H. 

for Edward Blackmore, 1632. engr. t.-p., 1-96, 
105-24S p., 2 pi. f°. 

Another copy. 5 plates. 

Portrait of the Duchess original. Pocahontas lacking. 

Another copy. 

Both portraits facsimiles. 

Another copy. 

Both portraits facsimiles. 

Another copy. 

similes of the portraits. 

Both portraits are originals, facing each is inserted a copy 
of each in facsimile. 

From the London Edition of 1627. 

[Richmond: Republished at the Franklin Press, 
William W. Gray, printer, 1819.] 55-247, xi, 
282 p., 3 pi. 8°. 

Reprinted at the cost of Rev. John Holt Rice, D.D. 

The generall History, etc. [A pros- 
pectus.] [London, 1623.] 4 p. f°. 

Photographic facsimile (made 1906) from the original in the 
library of the Society of Antiquaries, London. 

The library contains, in the above-described copies of the 
Generall Ilistorie or in other form, all seven varieties of the 
Map of Virginia and all nine of the Map of New England. 

6 plates. 
6 plates. 
6 plates and 2 fac- 



General History, cont'd. 

Mr. Lenox printed a collation of his various issues and 
editions in Norton's Literary Gazette, n. s., v. i, p. 134a, 

Smith (M. V.) Virginia, 1492-1892. A brief 
review of the discovery of . . . North America, with 
a history of the executives of the colony and of the 
commonwealth of Virginia. Was/iiugton: IV. H. 
Lo7vderviilk (Sr* Co., 1893. xxi, I 1., 208, 2o8a- 
208b, 209-459 p., I map, 2 pi., 2 port. 8°. 

Stith (William). The History of the First Dis 
coveryand Settlement of Virginia: being An Essay 
towards a General History of this Colony. [With* 
An Appendi.x to the First Part of the History of 
Virginia. Containing A collection of such ancient 
Charters or Letters Patent, as relate to that Period 
of Time, and are still extant in our public Ofifices 
in the Capitol, or in other authentic Papers and 
Records.] Williamsburg : Printed by William 
Parks, 1747. viii, I-256, 247-331, v, 34 p. 8°. 

Apparent duplication of pages 247-256 is due to error in 
pagination, not to duplication of text or of those leaves. 

This copy is printed on thick paper, or better paper than 
that of the issues noted below. Inner border of ornament 
around initial E on page i is composed of eight scroll orna- 
ments, that of the issues noted below is composed of straight- 
line stars: the ornament at top of page i differs also from that 
of the following issues. 

Williamsbtirg: Printed by William 

Parks, 1747. viii, 331, v, 34 p. 8°. 

Printed from the same types as the issue first noted, but 
from a different composition. 

Another copy. 

Virginia, Pritited: London, Reprinted 

for S. Birt in Ave-Mary-Lane, 1753. viii, 331, v, 
34 p. 8'. 

Apparently printed from the same types and same compos- 
ing as the second Williamsburg issue noted above. 

■ New York : reprinted for foseph 

Sabin, 1865. viii, viii, 331, v, 34 p. 8°. (Sabin 
reprints, no. 6.) 


Ballagh (Jarnes Curtis). White servitude in 
the colony of Virginia. A study of the system of 
indentured labor in the American colonies' Balti- 
more : fohns Hopkins Press, 1S95. 99 p. 8°. 
(Johns Hopkins Univ. study in hist, and pol. sci., 
13. ser. vi-vii.) 

Bassett (John Spencer). The relation between 
the Virginia planter and the London merchant. 
(Amer. hist, assoc. Ann. rept. for 1901, v. i, p. 
551-575- Washitigton, igo2.) 

Boogher (William Fletcher). Gleanings of 
Virginia history. An historical and genealogical 
collection, largely from original sources. Compiled 
and published by W. F. Boogher. Washington, 
1903. viii, 442 p., I 1. 8°. 

Bouldin (P.) The old trunk, or skeleton of 
colonial days. Richmond, Va.: Andrezus, Baptist 
<5r= Clcmmitt, printers, 1888. 53 p. 8°. 

Brenaman (J. N.) A history of Virginia con- 
ventions, with Constitution adopted by Convention 
of iS67-'6S and Constitution adopted by Conven- 
tion of 1901-1902 appended. Richmond.- J. H. 
Hill Prtg. Co., 1902. 122, X, I 1., 87 pp. 8°. 

Brock (Robert Alonzo). The colonial Virgi- 
nian. An address delivered before the Geographical 
and Historical Society of Richmond College, Octo- 
ber 13, 1 891. Richmond, Va.: W. E. fones, i%()i. 
22 p. 8°. 

Bruce (Philip A.) Economic history of Vir- 
ginia in the 17. century. An inquiry into the ma- 
terial condition of the people based upon original 
and contemporary records. N'ew York: Macmillan 
6^ Co., 1896. 2 V. 8°. 

Byrd (William). The Westover manuscripts: 
containing the history of the dividing line betwixt 
Virginia and North Carolina; a journey to the land 
of Eden, A. D., 1733; and a progress to the mines. 
Written from 1728 to 1736, and now first published. 
Petersburg: E. &" f. C. Ruffin, printers, 1841. iv, 
143(1) p. 8°. 

The writings of " Colonel William Byrd of 

Westover in Virginia Esqr." Edited by J. S. Bas- 
sett. New York: Doubleday, Page dr" Co., 1901. 
Ixxxviii, 461 p., 3 pi., I port. 4°. 

No. 39 of 500 copies printed. 

Cabell (N. F.) Early history of agriculture in 
Virginia. Washington, D. C: L. Totvers, pr., 
n. d. 41 p. 8°. 

Calendar of State Papers. Colonial Series. 
Edited by W^ Noel Sainsbury. v. i, 5, 7, 9-16. 
(America and West Indies, 1574-1698.) London, 
1869-1904. 8°. 

Chandler (Julian Alvin Carroll). The history 
of suffrage in Virginia. 76 p. (Johns Hopkins 
Univ. Studies, ser. ig, no. 6-7. Baltimore, 1901.) 

Representation in Virginia. 83 pp. Balti- 
more: fohns Hopkins Press, 1896. 8°. (Johns 
Hopkins Univ. Stud. hist. & polit. sci. v. 14. nos. 
6 and 7.) 

Chitwood (Oliver Perry). Justice in colonial 
Virginia. Baltimore: The fohns Hopkins Press, 
1905. 123 (i) p. 8°. (Johns Hopkins University 
Studies in historical and political science, v. 23, 
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Conway (Moncure Daniel). Barons of the 
Potomack and the Rappahannock. New York: 
Grolier Club, 1892. xvii, 290 p., 3 pi., 4 port., 3 
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Cooke (John Esten). My lady Pokahontas, a 
true relation of Virginia. Writ by Anas Todkill, 
Puritan and Pilgrim. With notes [or rather writ- 
ten by John Esten Cooke]. Boston : Hotighton, 
Mifflin cz' Co., 1885. vi, 190 pp. 12°. 

Craighill (R. T.) The Virginia "peerage"; 
or Sketches of Virginians distinguished in Virginia's 
history. Richmond: W. E. fones, printer, 1880. 
v. I. vi, I 1., 356 p. 8°. 

Corner (J. M.), and E. E. Soderholtz. Ex- 
amples of domestic colonial architecture in Mary- 
land and Virginia. Compiled, photographed, and 
published by C. and S. Boston, 1892. 3 p.l., 51 pi. 
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Dashiell (T. Grayson). A digest of the pro- 
ceedings of the conventions and councils in the 
diocese of Virginia. Richmond: W. E. fones, 1883. 
vii, 431 pp. 8°. 

[Davis (John). J The first settlers of Virginia, 
an historical novel exhibiting a view of the rise and 
progress of the colony at James Town. A^ew York: 
I. Riley ^ Co., 1805. xii, 13-284 p. 2. ed. 12°. 



History — Miscellany, cont'd. 

Dead (The) towns of Virginia. \^/\ichmond,^ 
iSSS. 5 p. 8°. 

Mounted newspaper clippings from the Richmond Critic, 
Feb. 27, 1888. 

De Hass (Wills). History of the early settle- 
ment and Indian wars of Western Virginia; em- 
bracing an account of. ..expeditions into the West, 
previous to 1795- Also, biographical sketches of 
. .. actors in our border wars... IVheeling: H. Hob- 
litzell, 1S51. 416 p., I facsim., 4 pi. 8°. 

Duelling in Virginia [AW /^W(?«</, 1888.] 2 p. I., 

1-3 p. s^ 

Mounted newspaper cuttings from the Richmond Critic, 
Jan. 30, 18S8. 

Edwards (R.) Statistical gazetteer of the 
state of \'irginia; embracing... topographical and 
historical information. .. with the results of the last 
census, population in most cases to 1S54. Rich- 
mond, 1S55. (4), 53-469 p. illus. 8°. 

Eggleston (E.), andl^. E. Seelye. Pocahon- 
tas; including an account of the early settlement of 
Virginia, and of the adventures of Captain John 
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Evans (Nelson W.) Land warrants issued to 
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Extract from a manuscript collection of annals 
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Ferrar (Michael Lloyd). The Ferrar papers 
at Magdalen College, Cambridge. (Virginia Maga. 
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Fiske (John). Virginia in the Colonial period. 

Extr.: Harper's Magazine, Nov. 1882. p. 895-908. 

Foote (William Henry). Sketches of Virginia, 
historical and biographical. Philadelphia: W. S. 
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Gannett (Henry). A gazetteer of Virginia. 
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Glimpses of colonial days. \^Ne%v York: Old 
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Good^^in (^L W.) The colonial cavalier, or 
southern life before the Revolution. Aytc York: 
Lovell, Coryell b" Co., 1894. 304 p. 12°. 

Boston: Little, Broion tSr" Co., 1895. 

I p.l., 316 p., I pi. 12°. 

Green (W.) The Genesis of certain counties 
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Ha'wks (Francis Lister). A narrative of 
events connected with the rise and progress of the 
Protestant Episcopal Church in Virginia, to which 
is added an appendix, containing the journals of 
the conventions in Virginia from the commence- 

ment to the present time. New York: Harper ^f 
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Contributions to the ecclesiastical history of the 
United States of America.) 

Hendren (S. R.) Government and religion of 
the Virginia Indians. 58 pp. (In: Johns Hop- 
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Henneman (John Bell). Historic elements 
in Virginia education and literary effort. A paper 
read before the Virginia Historical Society. . .Dec. 
21, 1891. (In: Virginia Hist. Soc. Coll., new 
series, vol. 11, 1892, p. 25-46.) 

Holmes (George F.) The Virginia colony; or, 
the relation of the English colonial settlements in 
America to the general history of the civilized 
world. An address delivered at the annual meeting 
of the Virginia Historical Society, at Richmond, 
Dec. 15, 1859. (Virginia Historical Reporter, 
i860, V. 2, part I, p. 19-63.) 

Hunter (Robert Mercer Taliafero). Observa- 
tions on the history of Virginia. . .delivered before 
the Virginia Historical Society at their eighth an- 
nual meeting, Dec. 14, 1854. Richmond: Clem- 
mitt S^ Fore, pr., 1885. 48 p. 8°. 

Also in the Virginia Historical Reporter. 

Ingle (Edward). Local institutions of Virginia. 
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ., 1885. 127 p. 
8°. (Johns Hopkins Univ. studies in hist, and 
polit. science. 3. ser. no. 2-3.) 

Colonial county government in Virginia. 


Extr.: Mag. Amer. History, Dec, 1889. p. 532-549. 

The parish in Virginia. 8°. 

Extr.: Boogher's Repository, May, 1883. p. 177-198. 

James (C. F.) Documentary history of the 
struggle for religious liberty in Virginia. Lytick- 
burg, I'a.: J. P. Bell S3' Co., 1900. 272 p. 12°. 
Johnston (F.) Memorials of old Virginia 
clerks, arranged. . .by counties, with... index of 
names and dates of service from 1634. . .Lynchburg 
Va.:J. P. BellCo., printers, 1888. v, (i), 7-405 
(l) XX p., 4 port. 12°. 

Kingsbury (Susan M.) An introduction to the 
Records of the Virginia Company of London, with 
a bibliographical list of the extant documents. 
Washington: Gov't Printg. Off., 1905. i p. 1., 
214 p. V . 

Land Patents (The) of Virginia. {^Richmond, 
1885-97.] I p.l., 10, 149 p. 8°. 

From the Richmond Critic. Clippings mounted. 

Latane (J. H.) The early relations between 
Maryland and Virginia. Baltimore, 1895. 66 p. 
(In: Johns Hopkins University Studies. . . 13th ser., 
3 and 4.) 

McCabe (W. Gordon). Virginia schools be- 
fore and after the revolution, with a sketch of Fred- 
erick William Coleman, M.A., and Lewis Minor 
Coleman, M.A. An address before the Society of 
the Alumni of the University of Virginia, June 27, 
iSSS. Charlottesville, Va.: Chronicle Steam Book 
b' Job Office, 1890. 66 p. 8°. 

McGee (W J) Geography of Virginia. A 
supplement to Maury's Manual of geography. 
Neiu York: Univ. Pub. Co., 1904. 18 p. f°. 
(In: Maury (W. F.) Manual of geography... 
New York, 1904. f°.) 



History — Mis eel la ny , cont'd. 

Mcll-veaine (H. R.) The struggle of Protest- 
ant Dissenters for religious toleration in Virginia. 
Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1894. 67 p. 8°. 
(Johns Hopkins Univ. studies. 12. ser., no. 4.) 

McRae (S.) The great seal of the Common- 
wealth of Virginia. \Rich7n0nd, 1866?] 4 p. 8°. 
Repr. Dec. number " Old Dominion Magazine." 

Magill (M. F.) Stories from Virginia history 
for the young. Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell Co. 
[cop. 1897] 217 p. 12°. 

Martin (Joseph). A comprehensive descrip- 
tion of Virginia, and the District of Columbia, 
containing a copious collection of geographical, 
statistical, political, commercial, religious informa- 
tion... by Joseph Martin. To which is added a 
history of Virginia, from its first settlement to the 
year 1754, with an abstract of the principal events 
from that period to the independence of Virginia, 
by W. H. Brockenbrough. Kichmo7id: J. W. 
Randolph, n. d. 636 p. 8°. 

Charlottesville : J. Martin, 1835. 

636 p., 1 map. 8°. 

Meade (William). Old churches, ministers, 
and families of Virginia. Philadelphia: J. B. Lip- 
pincott &= Co., 1857. 2 V. port., pi. 8°. 

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1872. 2 v. 

port., pi. 8°. 

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1878. 2 v. 


A brief review of the Episcopal church in 

Virginia, from its first establishment to the present 
time; being part of an address. .. Fredericksburg, 
May 22nd, 1845. Richmond: W. Macfarlane, 
1845. 15 pp. 8°. 

Toner (J. M.) Index to names of persons and 
churches in Bishop Meade's Old churches..., re- 
vised by H. A. Morrison. Washington: Southern 
History Association, i8g8. 63 p. 8°. 

Miscellaneous papers, 1672-1865, now first 
printed from the manuscripts in the collections of 
the Virginia Historical Society, comprising Charter 
of the Royal African Company, 1672; Report on 
the Huguenot settlement, 1700; Papers of George 
Gilmer of Pen Park, 1775-1778; Orderly book of 
Capt. George Stubblefield, 1776; Career of the 
iron-clad, Virginia, 1862; Memorial of Johnson's 
Island, 1S62-4; Beales' Cav. Brigade Parole, 1865; 
edited by R. A. Brock. Richmond: The Society, 
1SS7. 4 p.l., 374 p. 4°. (Virginia Historical 
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Molbech (O. C.) Pocahontas. Et Nutids 
billede. Kobenhavn, 1905. 12°. 

Neill (Edward Dufiield). History of the Vir- 
ginia company of London, with letters to and from 
the first colony never before printed. . .Albany: J. 
Mutisell, 1869. xvi, 432 p., I port. sq. 8°. 

Notes on the Virginia colonial clergy. 

Philadelphia, 1877. 34 (i) p. 8°. 

Reprinted from Episcopal Recorder. 

Pocahontas and her companions: a chapter 

from the history of the Virginia Company of Lon- 
don. Albany, 1S69. port. sq. S^. 

Virginia Carolorum: The colony under the 

rule of Charles the first and second, A. D. 1685, 
based upon manuscripts and documents of the 

period. Albany, N. Y.: /. Mtinsell's Sons, \%Zb. 
(2), 5-446 (i) p. sq. 8°. (Neill's series of Virginia 

Virginia Governors under the London Com- 
pany. Saint Paul, Minn., 1889. 35 p. 8". 
(Macalester College Contributions, ser. i, no. i.) 

Virginia as a penal colony. (Hist. Maga. 

ser. 2, v. 5, pp. 296-297. Morrisania, N. Y., 

Virginia Vetusta during the reign of James 

the first. Containing letters and documents never 
before printed. A supplement to the history of the 
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Newton (M. M. P.) Colonial Virginia: a paper 
read before the Historical Congress at Chicago, 
July 13th, 1893, together with a series of World's 
Fair letters. Richmond, Va. : West, Johnston &• Co., 
1S93. 71 p. sq. 16°. 

Old (The) Virginian gentleman, and A social 
study of our oldest colony. 

Extr. : Macmillan's Magazine. June, 1883, p. 131-140; 
March, 1886, p. 241-349; April, 1886, p. 427-438. 

P. The memory of Pocahontas vindicated 
against the erroneous judgment of Waddy Thomp- 
son, by A Kentuckian [signed P.]. Washi^tgton, 
1847. 8°. 

Papers relating to the history of the church in 
Virginia, A. D. 1650-1776. Edited by W. S. 
Perry. [Hartford,'] 1S70. xvii, 585 p. i" . 

Pennsylvania. Old rights, proprietary rights, 
Virginia entries, and soldiers entitled to donation 
lands, with an explanation of Reed's map of Phila- 
delphia. Edited by W. W. Egle. Harrisburg: 
C. M. Busch, 1896. 3 p.l., 3-772 p., 2 maps with 
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Perry (William Stevens). Papers relating to 
the history of the church in Virginia, A. D. 1650- 
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Pocahontas. A legend. With historical and 
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Preston (T. L.) Historical sketches and re- 
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Pritts (J.) Mirror of olden time border life; 
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Virginians engraved by him. (William and Mary 
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Schlesinger (Alexander). Pocahontas, Oper- 
etta in 3 Akten und 8 Bildern von Alexander 
Schlesinger (Verfasser von " Der Grosse Brauer- 
Strike," " Sanger und Schtitzen," " Die Sensation 
desTages, " " Schvvaben in Amerika," "Governor's 
Day," u. s. w.). Musik von [blank]. Jersey City, 
June, 1898. Ms. , German cursive characters. 109 
p., I 1. 4°. Paper. 

Typewritten note pasted inside front cover states : " My 
book ' Pocahontas,' written in June, 1898, has been the out- 
come of a bet with Guenther Kiesewetter, the well-known 
musician and composer. Although he possessed a printed 
copy of a burlesque ' Pocahontas,' produced on the stage 30 
or 40 years ago, he claimed that Pocahontas will never do for 
heroine of a Comic Opera and was only a fit subject for 
Romantic Opera, an opinion shared by the late German 
American poet Paul Immergriin, with whom he had discussed 
that subject. I contended that I could write a libretto for a 
Comic Opera embodying the historical and serious romantic 
features. The result was this manuscript. Since then I 
have occasionally worked on that book, which will be published 
in both English and German in this Jamestown Ter-Centen- 
nial Year, A.D. 1907." 

Pocahontas; or, Virginians in New York. 

A Historical Comedy in Three Acts and Eleven 
Scenes, Arranged as a Libretto for Comic Opera, 
including German Lyrics. Typewritten, in English. 
5 p.L, 46 p. f°. Paper. 

{iVew York: the Author, 1907.] 8°. 

Schuricht (Herrmann). History of the German 
element in Virginia. Baltimore, Aid.: T. Krop 6^ 
Sons,p't'rs, 189S, 1900. 2 vol. (In : Society for the 
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Semple (R. B.) A history of the rise and pro- 
gress of the Baptists in Virginia. Kichmond: the 
Author, 1810. vii, (i) 446, (i) pp. 8°. 

Sigourney (Mrs. L. H.) Pocahontas, and 

other poems. By Mrs. L. H. Sigourney. New 

York: Harper cf Bros., 1841. I p.L, i.x-xii, 13- 
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The adventures and discourses of Captain 

J. Smith . . . newly ordered by J. Ashton . . . London: 
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The .Travels and Adventures of Captaine 

John Smith in divers parts of the world, begun 
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The true travels, adventures, and observa- 
tions of Captaine John Smith, in Europe, Asia, 
Africa, and America, from Anno Domini 1593 to 
1629... London: Printed by J. //. for Thomas 
Slater, 1 630. 6 p.l., 60 p., i pi. f°. 

Title-page has verso blank, ornament at head of A3 is same 
as in following two copies. 

The colonial church of 
.at the centennial council 

Another copy, i plate. 

Smith arms on verso of title. 

Another copy, plate lacking. 

Smith arms engraved on verso of title-page. 

Another copy, lacking A3, Br, and 

Smith arms on verso of title. 

Another copy. 

Smith arms on verso of title, ornament at top of A3 differs 
from that used in first three copies above noted. 

From the London edition of 1629. 

Richmond: Republished at the Franklin Press, 

William IV. Gray, Printer, 18 19. 7 p.l., 54 p., 
I pi., I port. 8°. 

(In: Churchill's Voyages. London, 

1732. v. 2, pt. I, p. 327-366. f°.) 

(^London, 1744. 3. ed. v 2, p. 

307-346- 4°.) 

Wonderiijcke Reyseen seltsame voorvallen, 

door en in verschyedene gedeelten des Weereldts. 
(In: Seer gedenckwaerdige voijagien. ..^wj-Z^r- 
dam, 1678. 4°. pp. 90-104.) 

Avontuuirlijke Reys - Togten ... in ver- 

scheyde Gedaan des Werelds. . .in het Jaar 1593 en 
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Leyden: Vander Aa [1706]. 1 1., 44 

col, 2 1., I map, 3 pi. f°. (Vander Aa's Voyagien 
der Engelsen. v. i.) 

De gedenkwaardige Reizen vanden beroem- 

den Capiteyn J. Smith na V'irginien; gedaan in den 
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— — Scheeps-togt . . . na Virginia, in het Jaar 1606 
en vervolgens, verhalende de Voortgangen en Volk- 
plantingen der Engelsse aldaar. . .Als mede een. . . 
Aanwi jsing van het Landschap Virginia . . . Door den 
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Congratulatory (A) Poem upon the Noble 
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Photographic facsimile (made iqo6) from the original in the 
British Museum. 



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turbines. A'cw York : H. I/oit &= Co., 1906. v, 
271 p., I pi. illus. 8°. 

La Sauce (E. de). Das Wesen des Weltathers 
und der Katurkrafte, nach einer rein mechanischen 
Theorie erklarkt. Berlin: C. Berg, 1905. 52 p. 

Lo'well (Percival). Mars and its canal. A^e7u 
York : Macmillan Co., 1906. xv, 393 p., i map, 
15 pl. 8=. 

Reiser (Fridolin). Das Harten des Stahles in 
Theorie und Praxis. Leipzig: A. Felix, 1906. viii, 
159 p. illus. 4. ed. 8°. 

Rothenbach (Fritz). Die Untersuchungs- 
methoden und Organismen des Garungsessigs und 
seiner Rohstoffe. Mit 118 Text-abbildungen. Ber- 
lin: r. Farcy, 1907. xii, 237 (l) p. 8°. 

Sahulka (Johann). Erklarung der Gravitation, 
der Molekularkrafte, der ^Varme, des Lichtes, der 
magnetischen und electrischen Erscheinungen aus 
gemeinsamer Ursache auf rein mechanischem, 
atomistischem ^Vege. Wien : C. Froinnie, 1907. 
175 p. 4°. 

Simmer (Hans). FJie aktive Vulkanismus auf 
dem afrikanisclien Festlande und den afrikanischen 
Inseln. Miinchen: T. Ackertnann, 1906. 2 p.l., 
ii, 21S p. 8°. (Miinchener geographische Studien. 
V. 18.) 

Young (W. H.), a7id G. C.Young. The theory 
of sets of points. Cambridge : University Press, 
1906. xii, 316 p. illus. 8°. 

Biological Sciences. 

Brewster (William). The birds of the Cam- 
bridge region of Massachusetts. Cambridge, Mass.: 
the Nultall Ornithological Club, 1906. 426 p., 

3 maps, 3 pl.,i port. sq. 4°. (Nuttall Ornithological 
Club. Memoirs, no. 4.) 

Hahn (Eduard), and], Holi-ert. Spezialitaten 
und Geheimmiitel. Ihre Herkunft und Zusammen- 
setzung. Eine Sammlung von Analysen und 
Gutachten zusammengestellt von E. Hahn und J. 
Ilolfert. Bearbeitet von G. Arends. Berlin : J. 
Springer, 1906. iv, 488 p. 6. ed. 12°. 

Jennings (Herbert Spencer). Behavior of the 
lower organisms. Ne^oYork: Macmillan Cc.,1906. 
xiv p., I 1., 366 p. illus. 8°. (Columbia University. 
Columbia Univ. biol. ser., 10.) 

Mentz (A.), and C. H. Ostenfeld. Plante- 
verdenen i Menneskets Tjeneste. \^Kdbenhavn\ 
''Fretn," igo6. 382 p. illus. 8°. 

Murique (Mme.) Gymnastique des jeunes 
fiUes. Exercices callistheniques. . .d'apres M. Bol- 
linger- Auer. Paris: Hachette &^ Cie., 1906. viii, 
51 p. 12°. 

Pudor (Heinrich). Katechismus der Nacht- 
kultur. Berlin- Stcglitz : H. Pudor, 1906. 83 p. 
illus. 16°. 

Schneider (Karl Camillo). Einfl'ihrung in die 
Deszendenztheorie. Sechs Vortrage. Jena : G. 
Fischer, 1906. viii, 147 p., i 1., 2 pl. illus. 8°. 

Stevens (Nettie Maria). Studies on the germ 
cells of aphids. Washington, D. C. : Carnegie Inst, 
of IVash., igo6. 28 p., 4 pl. 8°. (Carnegie Inst, 
of Wash. Pub. no. 51.) 

Thorburn (William). Course of instruction 
in operative surgery^ in the University of Man- 
chester. Manchester : The Univ. Press, 1906. 
3 p.l., 9-75 p. 12°. ([Victoria] Univ. Manchester, 
Engl. Publ. of the Univ. no. 11.) 

Wilcox (Farley Vernon). Farm animals: horses, 
cows, sheep, swine, goats, poultry, etc. iye7u York: 
Doubleday, Page &" Co., 1906. 4 p.l., (i) 4-357 P-i 
32 pl. 8°. (The farm library.) 


Ber^sine (E.) Recherches sur les dialectes 
persans. Casan: Imp. de l' Universite, 1%SZ- 3 pts. 
in I V. 8°. 

Jagrovic (Dragan M.) Hrvatsko-Englezka. . . 
gramatika i Englezko-Hrvatski te Hrvatsko-Eng 
lezki riecnik. IVetu York: F. Zotti 6^ Co., 1906. 
7 p.l., 272 p. 16°. 

Kisch (Gustav). Vergleichendes Worterbuch 
der Noser... und moselfrankisch-luxemburgischen 
Mundart nebst siebenburgisch-niederrheinischem 
Orts- und Familiennamenverzeichnis, sowie einer 
Karte zur Orientierung liber die Urheimat der 
Siebenbiirger Deutschen. Plermamistadt : W. 
Krafft, \()OS. 273 (i) p., i map. 8°. (Verein fur 
siebenblirgische Landeskunde. Forschungen zur 
Volkskunde der Deutschen in Siebenbiirgen. . . 
Heft I.) 

Kunz(Karl). Die Kunst die bohmische Sprache 
schnell zu erlernen. IVien: A. Hartleben [1906?]. 
viii, 182 p., I diagr. 7. ed. 12". (Die Kunst 
der Polyglottie. Th. 8.) 

Lange (Rudolf). Lehrbuch der Japanischen 
Umgangssprache. Formenlehre und die. . . Regeln 
der Syntax. Berlin: G. Rcimer, 1906. xxxi, 
802 p. 8°. (Berlin. Universitiit. Seminar fiir 
orientalische Sprachen. Lehrbucher. I.) 



Rosenwasser (E.) Der lexikalische StofT der 
Konigsbiicher der Peschitta unter Beruoksichtigung 
der Varianten als eine Vorarbeit fiir eine Concor- 
danz zur Peschitta alphabetisch dargestellt. Berlin: 
Nathansen (Sr* Lamm, 1905. 130 p. 8°. 

Schiff Collection. 

Seidel (August). Die Haussasprache. .Gram 
matik (deutsch) und systematisclT geordnetes Wor- 
terbuch: Ilaussa - deutsch - franzosisch - englisch. 
Heidelberg: J. Groos, 1906. xvi, 292 p. 12°. 
(Methode Gaspey-Otto-Sauer.) 

Title in German, French'and English. 

Sheehan {Rev. M.) Sean Chaint na nDeise. 
The idiom of living Irish. Dublin: M. II. Gill &' 
Son, 1906. viii, 279(1) p. 12°. 

Victor (Wilhelm). Shakespeare's pronuncia- 
tion. Marburg i. H., ami London: iV. G. Eliuert, 
1906. 2 V. 12°. 

[v. I.] A Shakespeare phonology with a rime index to the 

poems, as a pronouncing vocabulary, 
[v. 2.] A Shakespeare reader in the old spelling, and with 

a phonetic transcription. 

Vodel (Friedrich). * Die konsonantischen Va- 
rianten in den doppelt iiberlieferten poetischen 
Stucken des massoretischen Textes. Inaugural- 
Dissertation zur Erlangung der Doktorwurde. Leip- 
zig: IV. Drugulin, 1905. 80 p. 8°. 

Schiff Collection. 


Bailey (William Bacon). Modern social con- 
ditions. A statistical study of birth, marriage, 
divorce, death, disease, suicide, immigration, etc., 
with special reference to the United States. New 
York: The Century Co., i<^Qb. 5 P-'-. 3-377 P- 8°. 

Beale (Joseph Henry). The law of innkeepers 
and hotels, including other public houses, theatres, 
sleeping cars. Boston: IV. J. A^agel, 1906. xviii, 
621 p. 8°. 

Bell (Lilian). Why men remain bachelors, and 
other luxuries. New York: J. Lane Co., 1906. 
320 p. 12°. 

Bosanquet (Helen). The family. London: 
Macmillan &= Co., 1906. vii, 344 p. 8°. 

Carlile (Wilson), and V. W. Carlile. The 
continental outcast: land colonies and poor law 
relief. With a preface by. ..E. S. Talbot, D.D. 
London: T. Fisher Umvin, 1906. 2 p.l., vii-ix, 
3 1., 143 (i) P-. 7 pl-. I port. 12°. 

Child labor, a menace to industry, education, 
and good citizenship. Philadelphia, iqo6. I p.l., 
204 p. 8°. (American Academy of Political and 
Social Science: Annals, v. 272.) 

Collings (Jesse). Land reform, occupying 
ownership, peasant proprietary, and rural education. 
With illustrations. Londott: Longmans, Green ^ 
Co., igo6. xxiv, 452 p,, i plan, 5 pl. 8°. 

Cook(E. Wake). Betterment, individual, social 
and industrial; or, Highest efficiency through the 
golden rules of right nutrition, welfare work, and 
th"e higher industrial developments. New York: 
F. A. Stokes Co. [1906] xii, 349 p. 12°. 

Eliot (Charles William). Great riches. New 
York: T. V. Crowell Ss' Co. [1906] 3 p.l., 38 p., 
I port. 12°. 

Evans (Edward Payson). The criminal prose- 
cution and capital punishment of animals. London: 
IV. Lleinemann, 1906. x, 384 p., 4 pl. 12°. 

Grose (Howard B.) The incoming millions. 
N^ew York: Fleming H. Revell Co. [cop. 1906] 
I p.l,, 212 p., 8 pl. 8°. (Home mission study 
course. Inter-denominational.) 

Hall {Airs. Florence Marion Howe). Social 
usages at Washington. New York: Harper fir* 
Bros., 1906. X, 2 1., 165 (i) p. 16°. 

Hendrick (Frank). The power to regulate 
corporations and commerce. A discussion of the 
existence, basis, nature, and scope of the common 
law of the United States. New York: G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons, 1906. I p.l., Ixxii, 516 p. 8°. 

Henry (Victor). La magie dans ITnde an- 
tique. Paris: Dujarrie &■ Co., 1904. xxxix, 
2S6p., I 1. 12°. (Les religions des peuples civi- 

Hillis (Newell Dwight). The fortune of the 
Republic and other addresses upon the America of 
to-day and to-morrow. N'ezv York: Fleming H. 
Revell Cotnpany [1906]. 2 p.l., 5-33 p. 12°. 

La Grasserie (Raoul de). Les principes 
sociologiques du droit civil. Paris : V. Giard 6^ 
E. Brier e, 1906. 2 p.l., 434 p. 8°. (Biblio- 
theque sociologique Internationale, [v.] 34.) 

Lefort (Joseph Jean). Les caisses de retraites 
ouvrieres. Paris: A. Fontemoing, 1906. 2 v. 8°. 

Mackaye (James). The economy of happi- 
ness. Boston: Little, Brown 6^ Co., 1906. xv, 

533 P- 8°. 

Mathews (Brander). American character. 
New York: T. Y. Crowell &- Co., 1906. 3 p.l., 
33 (i) p., I port. 

Parsons (Elsie Clews). The family. An eth 
nographical and historical outline with descriptive 
notes, planned as a text book for the use of college 
lecturers, and of directors of home-reading clubs. 
Ne7u York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, igo6. xxv, 
389 P- 8°. 

Posada (Adolfo). Derecho politico comparado. 
Madrid: V. Sudrez, 1906. xviii, 251 p., 5 1. 12°. 
(Biblioteca de derecho y de ciencias sociales. [No.] 

Price (William Hyde). The English patents 
of monopoly. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin df Co., 
1906. X, I 1., 261 (i) p. 8°. (Harvard Univer- 
sity. Economics, Dept. of. Harvard economic 
studies, v. i.) 

Russia. — Statutes. Code penal russe ratifie 
par Sa Majeste Imperiale le 22 mars 1903. Pre- 
cede d'un oukase imperial et d'un avis du conseil 
d'Etat. Traduit, annote et precede d'une introduc- 
tion par E. Eberlin. Preface de M. E. Garfon. 
Paris: A. Pedone, 1906. 2 p.l., xxxi, 212 p. 8°. 
(Collection des codes etrangers, [v.] 23.) 

Spargo (John). Socialism: a summary and in- 
terpretation of socialist principles. New York: The 
Macmillan Co., 1906. xvi, i 1., 257 p. 12°. 


Adams, Charles F. 
Amer. Bar Assoc. . 
Amer. Bureau of Shipping 
Amer. Institute of Electrica 


Arctowski, Henryk 
Atlas Portland Cement Co 
Balch, Edwin S. . . . 
Bender Hygienic Laboratory 
Bibliotheque Nationale 
Bodleian Library . 
Britton, James C. . . . 
Burgess, Prof. John W, . 
Carnegie Foundation for Ad 

vancement of Teaching 
Christopher, Philip C. 
Clitheroe, Eng. , Town Clerk 
Coal Trade Journal 
Conn., Railroad Commis. 

Dana, R. H 

Darlington, Eng., Borough 

Accountant .... 
Davison Publishing Co. . 
Emmanuel Parish, Boston 
Evans, J. W. (77 prints). 
France, Prefet de la Seine 
Gt. Britain, Patent Office 
Harris, Mrs. T. L. 
Harper & Bros. 
Harvard Club of New York 
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. 
Hosp. Book and Newspape 


Hudson, N. Y., City Clerk 
India, Burma .... 
Ipsen, L. S. (13 bookplates) 
Isle of Wight County Counci 

Jacobi, Dr. A 

Jones, Jr., Thomas S. 

Kennard, J. S 

Konigl. Georg-August-Univ 

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Mauritius, Col. Secretary 
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Nagle, Dr. John T. . . . 

Natal, Col. Secretary 

Nat. Congress on Uniform 


Nat. Shorthand Reporters' 


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Netherlands, Min, van Oorlog 2 
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Norton, Eliot 

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Paul, Viteau 

Paupa Rao Naidu, M. 
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Schlesinger, Alex 9 

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Sovereign Grand Lodge, 

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Stratford upon Avon, Town 

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MARCH 1907 
Volume XI • ]S^ umber 3 

Report for February 95-98 

List of Works relating to Virginia. Part II. . . . 99-125 

Principal Accessions in February 126-135 

Principal Donors in February 136 



William W. Appleton. Alexander Maitland. 

John Bigelow. J. Pierpont Morgan. 

John L. Cadwalader. Morgan J. O'Brien. 

Andrew Carnegie. Stephen H. Olin. 

Cleveland II. Dodge. Alexander E. Orr. 

John Murphy P^akley. Henry C. Potter. 

Samuel Greenbaum. George L. Rives. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. Charles Rowland Russell. 

John S. Kennedy. Edward \V. Sheldon. 

Edward King. George W. Smith. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. Frederick Sturges. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Herman A. Metz, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


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42d Street, 226 West. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bkuce.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Ca'J'HEDRAL.) 

51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

59th Street, 113 East. Near Le.xington Avenue. 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

Sist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (St. Agnes. Blind Library.) 

96th Street, 112 East. Between Lexington and Park Avenues. 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

135th .Street, 103 West. Near Lenox Avenue. 

145th Street, 503 West. (Hamilton Grange.) 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


140th Street, 569 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 
X76th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (Tremont.) 
230th Street. 2933 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 


Tottenville. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 
Port Richmond. 12 Bennett Street. 





Vol. XI. 

March, 1907. 

No. 3. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of February there were received at the Library by purchase, 
776 volumes and 698 pamphlets; by gift, 4,149 volumes and 3,232 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 3 volumes and i pamphlet, making a total of 4,928 volumes and 
3,931 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 2,758 volumes and 1,158 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 6,668, and of slips for the copying machine 1,803 ; from the latter were 
received 13,734 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox during the month: 







No. of readers and visitors 










No. of readers 


No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 



Daily average of readers 

No. of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-tiction) : Ibsen's Plays, 
Longfellow's Poems, Monroe's "History of Education"; (adult fiction): Cham- 
bers's "Fighting Chance," McCutcheon's "Jane Cable," Harrison's "The Far 
Horizon"; (juvenile fiction): Kipling's "Puck of Pook's Hill," Dunn's "From 
Atlanta to the Sea," Eggleston's " Hoosier School Boy." 





East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Rivington Street, 61 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 32S East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

140th Street and Alexander Avenue. . . 

176th .Street and Washington Avenue. 

Kingsbridge Avenue, 2933 


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Among the gifts received during the month may be mentioned that of 
Worthington C. Ford, in continuation of the gift of the Gordon L. Ford collec- 
tion from himself and his brother, a collection relating to bibliography, history, 
economics, etc., and comprising 2,900 volumes, 1,400 pamphlets, 6 maps, 14 broad- 
sides, 7 photographs, 95 prints, and i oil painting. 

Other gifts were from: Academia Romana in Bucuresci, 9 volumes and 3 pam- 
phlets, publications of the Academy; from John Bigelow, "The Proprium, or 
what of man is not his own, as revealed in the Bible and expounded by Emanuel 
Swedenborg, with an introduction by John Bigelow," New York, 1907, and seven 
copies of the Russian translation of his "Mystery of Sleep"; from Samuel Lane 
Boardman, " The Revolutionary journal of Colonel Jeduthan Baldwin 1775-1 778," 
edited with a memoir and notes by Thomas Williams Baldwin, Bangor, printed 
for the De Burians, 1906 (no. 94 of 200 copies), and "Agricultural bibliography 
of Maine," by Samuel L. Boardman, Augusta, 1893; from J. McKeen Cattell, 
4 pamphlets, including "A statistical study of American men of science," by him- 
self; from the Ceska x'\kademie Cisare Frantiska Josefa, its elaborate " Biblio- 
grafie Ceske Historie " by Cenek Zibet, 3 volumes, Praze, 1900-1906; from James 
M. Coleman, a copy of his "Social Ethics," New York, 1903; from the Store 
Kongelige Bibliothek, Copenhagen, volume 2 of its catalogue of manuscripts, 
1906; from Mrs. Henry Draper, 5 volumes, i pamphlet, and 230 prints — the 
volumes including "The first and last journeys of Thoreau, lately discovered 
among his unpublished journals and manuscripts edited by Franklin B. Sanborn," 
published at Boston, in 2 volumes, by the Bibliophile Society 1905, and one of the 
prints being an etching of The Colonnade, Lafayette Place, by C. F.W, Mielatz, 
1907; from the Evening Post, a miscellaneous collection of documents, reports, 
etc., numbering 207 volumes, 13 pamphlets, and a bundle of maps; from M. N. 
Forney, a collection, 4 volumes, 100 pamphlets, manuscripts, and newspaper clip- 
pings, all relating to "Proportional representation"; from Paul Halpin, 13 vol- 
umes of the New York Herald, covering the period 1861 to 1866; from the class 
of 1881, Harvard College, its "25th Anniversary report"; from Clement S. 
Houghton, " Clement Topliff and his descendants in Boston," by Ethel S. Bolton, 
Boston, privately printed, 1906; from Edmund S. Hunt, a copy of his privately- 
printed "Reminiscences (Weymouth ways and Weymouth people)," Boston, 1907; 
from R. H. Lawrence, a gelatine print made by E. Bierstadt in 1906 from a photo- 
graph of a statuette of Benjamin Franklin in the collection of Godefroy Mayer, 
41 rue Blanche, Paris; from the Publishers' Weekly, a miscellaneous collection of 
153 volumes and 76 pamphlets, all recent publications; from Mrs. Anna Parker 
Pruyn, Charles S. Hamlin's edition of "The act to regulate commerce (as 
amended) and acts supplementary thereto indexed, digested, and annotated," 
Boston, 1907; from Archbishop Tikhon, a copy of Miss Isabel F. Hapgood's 
translation of the "Service book of the Holy Orthodox-Catholic Apostolic 
(Greco-Russian) Church," Boston, 1906; from the Ulster Society for Promoting 
the Education of the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, 20 of their reports, and 
from H. W. B. Whayman, one copy of " Pittsburgh and Pennsylvania Gene- 
alogies," vol. I, Pittsburgh, 1906. Gifts for the German-American collection 
were received from Edward E. Neugebauer, C. O. Schoenrich, and Alcaeus 


The selection of photographs from the A. A. Hopkins collection was with- 
drawn from exhibition at the Lenox branch on February 26; the Leroy Milton 
Yale etchings at that branch and the plates at Astor from Martin's "Oriental 
Carpets" and from Hopkinson Smith's "Venice" remained unchanged. 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
circulation branches were as follows: Chatham Square, St. Valentine's Day; 
East Broadway, Birthdays of celebrated men and women, Opera scores, Victor 
Hugo; RiviNGTON Street, Jeanne d'Arc; Hudson Park, Wild animals; Bond 
Street, Switzerland, India, Alsace, Life-saving service ; Ottendorfer, Fairy 
tales, Deutsche Historische Romane; Epiphany, English authors; Muhlenberg, 
Peru, South America, Napoleon, Pictures of famous works of art; 67TH Street, 
Reading list for older boys and girls; Riverside, Indians, Music, English litera- 
ture, French literature; 96TH Street, King Arthur, Jamestown settlement; 
Aguilar, European travel. Sociology, Useful arts; Harlem Library, In Dickens' 
land; 125TH Street, Photography; Hamilton Grange, Success, The sandman, 
The bumble bee; Mott Haven, Indian stories; Tremont, Cathedral churches of 
England; Port Richmond, Ships and shipping; Tottenville, Our presidents. 

In addition there were bulletins on George Washington at twenty-six branches, 
on Abraham Lincoln at twenty-four branches, on Henry W. Longfellow at twenty 
branches, on new books at five branches, lists in connection with public lectures 
at two branches, and on the Metropolitan Museum of Art at two branches. 

At the regular meeting of the Board of Trustees held February 13, Edward F. 
Sheldon, Esq., was chosen to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Philip 



Part II. 

History by Periods. 

This list does not include records of the Spanish explora- 
tion of the Virginia coast, Ayllon's attempt at settlement, 
etc. The Library has sources for this part of Virginia history 
in the works of Navarrete, Herrera, Goraara, the Gentleman 
of Elvas, the Documentos Ineditos^ etc., etc. 

For the early English explorations and settlements in New 
England or "the North Plantation of Virginia," the Library 
has reports in the original editions by nearly all the early 
navigators, such as Brereton, Rosier, Gosnold, etc. 

Hakluyt (Richard). The Voyages and Navi- 
gations of the English nation to Virginia, and the 
severall discoveries thereof chiefly at the charges 
of . . Sir Walter Ralegh. . .together with the suc- 
cesseof the English colonies there planted; as like- 
wise a description of the Countrey, with the Inhabi- 
tants, and the manifold commodities. .. (In his: 
Principal Navigations. London, 1600. v. 3, pp. 

Robinson (Conway). An account of discover- 
ies in tlie west until 1519, and of voyages to and 
along the Atlantic coast of North America, from 
1520 to 1573. Prepared for " The Virginia His- 
torical and Philosophical Society," by C. Robinson. 
.. .Richmond: Shepherd cr* Colin, 1848, xv (i), 
491 p. 8°. 

The Ralegh Colony. 

Letters Patent (The) granted by the Queenes 
Majestic to M. Walter Ralegh, now knight, for 
the discovering and planting of new lands and 
countries, to continue the space of 6. yeeres and no 
more. [25 March, 1584.] (Hakluyt's Principal 
Navigations. London, 1589. p. 725-728.) 

{idem. London, 1600. v. 3, p. 243- 


(Hazard's Collection of State Papers. 

V. I, p. 33-38. Philadelphia, 1792.) 

(Hawks' History of North Carolina. 

Fayetteville, 1857. v. i, p. 11-17.) 

Barlowe (Arthur). The first voyage made to 
the coasts of America, with two barks, where in 
were Captaines Philip Amadas, and M. Arthur Bar- 
lowe, who discovered part of the countrey now 
called Virginia, Anno 1584. Written by one of the 
said Captaines, and sent to Sir Walter Ralegh 
knight, at whose charge and direction, the said 
voyage was set forth. (Hakluyt's Principal Navi- 
gations. Lottdon, 1600. V. 3, p. 246-251.) 

(Pinkerton's General Collection of 

Voyages and Travels. London, 1S12. v. 12, 
p. 564-628.) 

(Hawks' History of North Carolina. 

Fayetteville, 1857. vol. i, p. 69-88.) 

Lane (Ralph). [Letters to Sir Francis Walsing- 
ham, 12 Aug. (two), and 8 Sept. 15S5, and to Sir 
Philip Sidney, 12 Aug. 1585.] (Archa^ologia 
Americana. Worcester, i860, v. 4, p. 8-18.) 

An extract of Master Ralph Lanes 

letter to M. Richard Hakluyt Esquire, and another 
Gentleman of the middle Temple, from Virginia 
[dated " From the new Fort in Virginia this third 
of September, 1585]. (Hakluyt's Principal Navi- 
gations, v. 3, p. 254-255.) 

(Hawks' North Carolina, v. i, p. 105-6.) 

Grenville {Sir Richard). The voyage made 
by Sir Richard Grenville, for Sir Walter Ralegh, to 
Virginia, in the yeere 1585. (Hakluyt's Principal 
Navigations. London, 1600. v. 3, p. 251-254.) 

(Hawks' History of North Carolina. 

V. I, p. 89-102.) 

Names (The) of those as well Gentlemen as 
others, that remained one whole yeere in Virginia, 
under the Government of Master Ralph Lane. 
[1585-6.] (Hakluyt's Principal Navigations, v. 3. 
P- 254.) 

Lane (Ralph). An account of the particulari- 
ties of the imployments of the English men left in 
Virginia by Sir Richard Greenevill under the charge 
of Master Ralph Lane Generall of the same, from 
the 17. of August 1585. until the 18. of June 1586. 
at which time they departed the countrey; sent and 
directed to Sir Walter Ralegh. (Hakluyt's Princi- 
pal Navigations, v. 3, p. 255-264.) 

(Hawks' History of North Carolina. 

V. I, p. 103-141.) 

Raleigh's first Roanoke Colony. (Old 

South Leaflets, V. 5, no. 119. Boston, iqo2. 12°. ) 

Hariot (Thomas). A briefe and true report of 
new found land of Virginia: of the commodities 
there found and to be raysed, as well merchantable, 
as others for victuall, building and other necessarie 
vses for those that are and shalbe planters there, 
and of the nature and manners of the naturall in- 
habitants: Discouered by the English colony there 




History, 15S8-1590. 
seated by Sir Richard Greinuile Knight in the yeere 
15S5, which remained vnder the gouernment of 
Rafe Lane Esquier, one of her Maiesties Esquieres, 
during the space of twelue monethes: at the spe- 
cial! charge and direction of the Honourable Sir 
Walter Raleigh Knight, Lord Warden of the stan- 
ncries; who therein hath been fauoured and au- 
thorised by her Maiestie and her letters patent: 
Directed to the Adventurers, Fauourers and Wel- 
willersof the action, for the inhabiting and planting 
there: By Thomas Ilariot; seruant to the aboue- 
named Sir Walter, a member of the Colony, and 
there imployed in discouering. Imprinted at Lon- 
don, 1588. 24 11. 4". 

(Hakluyt's Principal Navigations. 

London, 1589. p. 748-764.) 

(idem. London, 1600. v. 3, p. 266- 


A briefe and true report of the new found- 
land of Virginia. Francoforti ad Mcenuin: Joatines 
IVechel, 1590. engr. t.-p., p. 3-33; t.-p., i 1., 
I pi., I 1., I map, pi. 2-23; t.-p., 5 pi. with text, 
3 1. V . (De Br}''s America, pt. i.) 

(Hawks' North Carolina. Fayetteville, 

1857. V. I, p. 147-190.) 

\New York : reprinted for J. Sabin 

.y Sons, 1871.] f°. 

A briefe and true report. A repro- 
duction of the edition printed at Frankfort, in 1590, 
at the expense of Theodore de Bry. Edited by 
\V. H. Rylands. Manchester: Holbein Society, 
1888. 4 p.L, 33 p., III., 29 pi. f°. (Holbein 
Society facsimile reprints, v. 16.) 

Narrative of the first English planta- 
tion of Virginia. First printed at London in 1588, 
now reproduced after De Bry's illustrated edition 
printed at Frankfort in 1590, the illustrations hav- 
ing been designed in Virginia in 1585 by John 
White. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1893. vi, 

7-52 p., 39 1. 

ii pi. 8° 


WMth an introduction [signed 

" Outis," i. e., Henry Stevens]. London: privately 

printed, 1900. xvii, (i), 84 p. 16°. 

Thomas Harlot's "Briefe and True 

Report of the New Found Land of Virginia." By 
Luther S. Livingston. (Reprinted in facsimile in 
The Bibliographer. New York, 1902. v. i, 
p. 35-46, 89-104, 123-144.) 

Also issued separately. 

Admirando narratio fida tamen, de commodis 

et incolarum ritibus Virginice, nuper admodum ab 
Angliis qui a Dn. R. Greinvile Equestris viro eo in 
coloniam anno M.D.LXXXV deducti sunt inventce 
...Francoforti ad Ma:num : J. IVechel, 1590. 
engr. t.-p., p. 3-34; t.-p., i 1., i pi., i map, pi. 
2-23, I blank 1., t.-p., 5 pi., with text 4 1. f°. 
(De Bry's America, pt. i.) 

II other copies or issues. 

Merveilleux et estrange rapport, toutesfoi 

fidele, des commoditez qui se trouvent en Virginia 
. . .FraiicofortiadMccnum: Joannes Wechel, 1590. 
engr. t.-p., p. 3-33; t.-p., 2 1., i map, pi. 2-23; 
t.-p., 5 pi., with text, 3 1. f°. (De Bry's America, 
pt. I.) 

2 other issues. 

W'underbarliche doch warhafftige Erkla- 

rung von der Gelegenheit und Sitten der \Vilder in 
Virginia, welche newlich von den Engellandern so 
in Jahr 1585 ist erfunden worden. . .Franckfort am 
Mayn: J. l'Vechel,iSgo. engr. t.-p., i map, p. 3- 
33; t.-p., I 1., I pi., I 1., pi. 2-23; t.-p., 5 pi. with 
text 3 1., I blank 1. f°. (De Bry's America, pt. i.) 

7 other issues, in 3 editions. 

(p. 1 71-23 1 of M. Dresser's Historien 

und Bericht. Leipzig, 1598. 4°.) 

Graphic sketches from old and authentic 
works, illustrating the costume, habits, and charac- 
ter, of the aborigines of America; together with 
rare and curious fragments relating to the discovery 
and settlement of the country. Neiu York: J. &' 
H. G. Langley, 1841. 15 p.L, 23 1., 23 pi., I map. 

Reproduction of the drawings by John With (or Wyth or 
White) first engraved in DeBry's Hariot. 

Stevens (Henry). Thomas Hariot; the mathe- 
matician, the philosopher, and the scholar. . .includ- 
ing biographical and bibliographical disquisitions 
upon, .the history of " Ould Virginia." [Edited 
by H. N. Stevens.] London: Privately printed, 
igoo. 9 p.l., 7-214 p. 16°. 
No. 80 of 162 copies. 

Drake {Sir Francis). A summarie and true 
discourse of Sir Francis Drake's West Indian Voy- 
age [1585-86]. Wherein were taken, the towns 
of Saint lago, Santo Domingo, Cartagena, and 
Saint Augustine. London: Roger Ward, 1589. 
3 p.l., 37 p. 4°. 

London: Richard Field, 1589. 2 1., 

52 p., I map. 4°. 

London: N. Bourne, 1652. 41 p. 4°. 

Relation oder Beschreibung der Rheiss und 

Schiffahrt auss Engellandt, in die (gegen dem un- 
dergang der Sonne gelegnen) Indien gethan, Durch 
einen Englischen Ritter, Franciscum Drack genant 
. . .Gedruckt im Jahr nach Christi Geburt, 1589. 
Title, 23 p., 4 maps. f°. 

Memoirs du voiage en Russie fait en 1586. 

Par Jehan Sauvage. Suivi de I'expedition de Fr. 
Drake en Amerique a la meme epoque . . . Paris: A, 
Aubry, 1S55, x, 30 p. 12°. 

On this voyage Drake brought back to England Lane, 
White, Hariot and the rest of Ralegh's first colony. 

Third (The) voyage made by a ship sent in the 
yeere 1586, to the reliefe of the Colony planted in 
Virginia, at the sole charges of Sir Walter Ralegh. 
(Hakluyt's Principal Navigations, v. 3, p. 265.) 

(Hawks' North Carolina, v. i, p. 


Fourth (The) voyage made to Virginia with 
three ships, in the yere 1587. Wherein was trans- 
ported the second colonic. (Hakluyt's Principal 
Navigations, v. 3, p. 280-287.) 

Page 2S7 gives "The names of all the men, women and 
children, which safely arrived in Virginia, and remained to in- 
habite there." 

(Hawks' North Carolina, v. i, p. 


Fift (The) voyage of M. John W'hite into the 
West Indies and parts of America called Virginia, 
in the yeere 1590. (Hakluyt's Principal Naviga- 
tions. V. 3, p. 287-295.) 



History, 1 590-1607. 

(Hawks' North Carolina, v. i, p. 


Strachey (William). The second book of the 
first decade of the Historic of traivaile into Vir- 
ginia Britannia, entreating. . .of the first colonie. . 
upon the island of Roanoak. . .as also of the north- 
ern colonie, seated upon the river of Sachadehoc. . . 
(Massachusetts Hist. Soc. Collections. Ser. 4, 
V. I, p. 221-246. Boston, 1S52. 8°.) 

See also under 1610, below. 

Original documents from the State-Paper 
Office, London, and the British Museum; illustrat- 
ing the history of Sir Walter Raleigh's first Ameri- 
can colony and the colony at Jamestown. With an 
Appendi.\ containing a memoir of Sir Ralph Lane, 
the Governor of the colony of Roanoke. Edited by 
E. E. Hale. (In: American Antiquarian Society, 
Archi^ologia Americana. Worcester, i860, v. 4, 
p. 1-65, 317-344.) 

Bruce (Edward C.) Loungings in the foot- 
prints of the Pioneers. Raleigh and his city. 
(Harper's Monthly. May, i860, v. 20, p. 721-736.) 

McMillan (H.) Sir Walter Raleigh's lost 
colony. An historical sketch of the attempts of 
Sir Walter Raleigh to establish a colony in Virginia, 
with the traditions of an Indian tribe in North 
Carolina [j/c]. Indicating the fate of the colony 
of Englishmen left on Roanoke Island in 1587. 
Wilson, N. C: Advance Presses, 1888. i p.l., 
27 p. 12°. 

North Carolina. — Public Instruction, Siipt. 
of. Program of exercises for North Carolina day. 
Raleigh, N. C, igoi. 39 p. 8°, 

Relates to the Ralegh colony. 

Peele (W. J.) The first English settlement in 
America — a study in location. Raleigh, N. C, 
1904. 23 p., I pi. 12°. (North Carolina Booklet, 
vol. 4, no. 7.) 

Sir Walter Ralegh and his colony in America. . . 
With historical illustrations, and a memoir by the 
Rev. Increase N. Tarbox, D.D. Boston: Prince 
Society, 1884. 4 p.l., 329 p., 2 port. sq. 8". (Prince 
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Williams (Talcott). The surroundings and 
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hist, assoc. Ann. rpt. for 1895, p. 47-61. Wash- 
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Canner (Thomas). A Relation of the Voyage 
made to Virginia, in the Elizabeth of London, a 
Barke of fiftie tunnes by Captaine Bartholomew 
Gilbert, in the yeere 1603. (Purchas his Pilgrimes. 
London, 1625. IV, viii, 1656-1658.) 


Bro\<rn (Alexander). The genesis of the United 
States. A narrative of the movement in England, 
1605-1616, which resulted in the plantation of 
North America by Englishmen, disclosing the con- 
test between England and Spain for the possession 
of the soil now occupied by the United States of 

America; set forth through A Series of Historical 
Manuscripts now first printed; together with a re- 
issue of rare contemporaneous tracts, accompanied 
by bibliographical memoranda, notes, and Brief 
Biographies. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Ss' Co., 
1890. xxxviii, 524 p., 3 maps, 4 pi., 52 ports.; 
I 1., 525-1157 p., 4 maps, I pi., 51 ports. 2 v. 8°, 

The first republic in America; an account 

of the origin of this nation, written from the rec- 
ords then (1624) concealed by the council, rather 
than from the histories then licensed by the crown. 
Boston: Houghton, Mifflin (Sr" Co., 1898. xxiv, 
I 1., 688 p., I port. 8°. 

New views of early Virginia history, 1606- 

1619. Liberty, Fa.: The Bedford Index Print, 
1886. (6) 18 p. sq. 8°. 

English politics in early Virginia. Boston: 

Houghton, Mifflin ^ Ct?. ,1901. vi, 278 p. 8'^. 

Marston (John). Eastward Hoe. As it was 
played in the Blackfriers, by the Children of her 
Maiesties Revels. Made by Geo. Chapman, Ben. 
Jonson, Joh. Marston. At London: Printed for 
William Aspley, 1605. (Re-printed in Marston's 
Works, ed. by J. O. Halliwell. London, 1856. v. 3, 
p. 1-102. 12°. ) 


Alderman (Edwin A.) The cradle of the Re- 
public. The project for a great exposition and 
naval pageant near the site of Jamestown, in Vir- 
ginia . . (Munsey's Magazine, v. 34, p. 97-105. 
illus. New York, 1905.) 

Celebration of the two hundred and fiftieth 
anniversary of the English settlement at James- 
town, May 13, 1857. Washington : J. T. dr' L. 
Tozvers, 1857. 32 p. 8°. 

Hall (Edward Hagaman). Jamestown: a sketch 
of the history and present condition of the site of 
the first permanent English settlement in America, 
1 607-1 907. New York: Amer. Scenic and Historic 
Preservation Soc, 1902. 30 p., 2 pi. 12°. 

JamestoTrn Jubilee Committee. Report of the 
proceedings of the late jubilee at Jamestown, in 
commemoration of May 13, the second centesimal 
anniversary of the settlement of Virginia, with the 
proceedings at Williamsburg on the 15. . .reported 
by the select committee. Petersburg : W. F. 
APLaughlin, 1807. 48 p. 8°. 

Pilgrimage (The) to Jamestown, Va., of the 
bishops and deputies of the general convention of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United 
States of America. . .October 15, 1898. New York: 
The DeVinne Press, i8g8. 32 p., i pi. 8°. 

Rhode Island and Providence Plantations. — 
Jamestozvn Ter-Centennial Commission. Report... 
made to the General Assembly at its January ses- 
sion, 1906. Providence, R. I.: E. L. Freeman dr^ 
Sons, T906. 18 p. 8°. 

Summers (George W.) First celebration [by 
the Old Dominion Society of the City of New York] 
of the anniversary of the settlement at Jamestown, 
Va., on the 13th of May, 1607. New York: Pud- 
ney df Russell, 1S60. 109 p. 8°. 

Another copy, extra-illustrated. 



History, 1607-1609. 

Three hundredth anniversar)' of the departure 
of the colony from England which landed at James- 
town, Virginia, May 14th, 1607. . .To be observed 
at Bruton Parish Church, Williamsburgh, Virginia, 
December 20th, igo6. .. [Historical note. Outline 
of service. Williamsburg, Va.,\ 1906. 8 p. , i 1. 

Tyler (Lyon Gardiner). Address on the occasion 
of the celebration by William and Mary College 
and the A. P. V. A. of the first settlement of James- 
town, May 13, 1895. S^Richinond, 1895.] I p.l., 
2-6 p., I map. 8°. 

The cradle of the Republic: Jamestown and 

James River. Richmond, Fa. : Whittet &• Shepper- 
son, 1900. 187 p., 2 maps. 8°. 

United States. — President. A proclamation. 
Jamestown celebration [of the settlement at James- 
town on 13 May, 1607]. [March 29,1905.] [IVask- 
itigton, 1905. J I 1. F°. 

Yonge (Samuel H.) The site of old " James 
Towne," 1607-169S. A brief historical and topo- 
graphical sketch of the first American metropolis, 
illustrated with original maps, drawings and photo- 
graphs. Richmond, Va.: Assoc, for Preservation 
of Va. Antiquities, 1904. i p.l., 86 p., i map, 
3 plans, 7 pi. 8°. 

The site of old "James Towne," 1607-1698, 

(Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 
Vol. II, p. 257-276, 394-414; Vol. 12, p. 33-54- 
113-133. 1904.) 


Virginia. — Charter. The first charter of Vir- 
ginia, 1606. (In: Poore (B. P.) Constitutions. 
Washington, 1878. F°. p. 1888-1893.) 

Same. (In: Stith's Virginia, v. i, Appen- 
dix, p. 1-7; also in Hening, v. i.) 

Same. (In : Purchas his Pilgrimes. Londoti, 

1625. IV, ix, 1683-1684.) 

Percy (George). Observations gathered out of 
a Discourse of the Plantations of the Southerne 
Colonic in Virginia by the English, 1606, written 
by that Honorable Gentleman Master George Percy. 
(Purchas his Pilgrimes. Lotidon, 1625. iv, ix, 

Stoneman (John). The Voyage of M. Henry 
Challons intended for the North Plantation of Vir- 
ginia, 1606, taken by the way, and ill used by the 
Spaniards. (Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. 
IV, X, 1832-1S37.) 


Archer (Gabriel). A Relation of the discovery 
of our river, from James forte into the Maine; made 
by Capt. Christopher Newport, and sincerely writ- 
ten and observed by a gentleman of the colony. 
[May, 1607.] (Archa'ologia Americana. Worcester, 
i860. V. 4, p. 34-65.) 

Original MS. in the State Paper Office. Here printed from 
a transcript made for George Bancroft. 

Wingfield (Edward Maria). "A discourse of 
Virginia." [22 June, 1607-21 May, 1608.] By 
Edward Maria Wingfield, the first President of the 
colony. Now first printed from the Original Manu- 

script in the Lambeth Library. Edited, with Notes 
and an Introduction, by Charles Deane. (Archseo- 
logia Americana. Worcester, i860, v. 4, p. 67- 

Boston: [y. Wilson dr' Son, printer, '\ 

1859. I p.l., 44 p. 8°. 


List of ships arriving at Jamestown, 1607-1624. 
(New Eng. Hist, and Geneal. Reg. v. 30, p. 415- 
418. Boston, 1876.) 


Smith (John). A trve relation of such occurrences 
and accidents of noate as hath hapned in Virginia 
since the first planting of that Collony which is now 
resident in the South part thereof, till the last re- 
turne from thence. Written by a Gentleman of the 
said Collony, to a worshipfull friend of his in Eng- 
land. London : Printed for John Tappe, 1608. 
I blank leaf, 21 1. 4°. Black letter. 

Another copy. 19 1. 

Line 10 of title reads : " Written by Captain Smith one of 
the said Collony, to a." This copy lacks the preliminary 
blank leaf and the two leaves : " To the Courteous Reader." 

Another copy. 21 1. 

Line 10 of title reads : '" Written by Captain Smith Coronell 
of the said Collony, to a." This copy has the preface; and — 
in addition — 5 plates from Hulsius are inserted. 

A true relation of Virginia; with an 

introduction and notes by Charles Deane. Boston: 
Wiggin <Sr^ Lufit, 1S66. [4,] ix-xlvii, (5), iii-v, 
(i), 88 p., I map. 4°. 

Another copy. Large paper, f °. 

New York: A. Lovell &' Co., 1896. 

I P-1-- 33 P- 12°. (American History Leaflets, 
no. 27.) 

The description of Virginia by Captaine 

John Smith, inlarged out of his written Notes. 
(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. iv, ix, 1691— 


Archer (Gabriel). A Letter of M. Gabriel 

Archar, touching the Voyage of the Fleet of Ships, 
which arrived at Virginia, w-ithout Sir Tho. Gates 
and Sir George Summers, 1609. (Purchas his Pil- 
grimes. London, 1625. IV, ix, 1 733-1 734-) 

Virginia. — Charter. The second charter of 
Virginia, 1609. (In: Poore (B. P.) Constitutions. 
Washingtoti, 1878. f°. pp. 1893-1902.) 

Same. (In: Stith's Virginia, v. i., pp. 

7-23 ; also in Hening, v. i, p. 80.) 

Good (A) speed to Virginia. [Epistle dedica- 
torie signed R. G.] L^ondon: Printed by F. 
Kyngston for W. Welbie, 1609. 22 1. 4°. 

" To the Reader." signed " W. R." 

Nova Britannia. Offring Most Excellent 
fruites by l^lanting in Virginia. Exciting all such 
as be well affected to further the same. [By Robert 
Johnson.] London: Printed for Samuel lilacharn, 
and are to be sold at his Shop in Pauls Church- 
yard, at the Signe of the Bul-head, 1609. 18 1. 
4°. Black letter. 

Text of the title sits below a page-wide printer's device with 
the English arms, and above a square device containing two 



History, 1609-1612. 

circles with the motto " For thov shalt labor" between them, 
and a man with two doves " Peace " and " Plentie " within 
the inner circle. 

The dedication is unsigned. 

Nova Britannia. Offering Most E.xcellent 

fruites by Planting in V'irginia. E.xciting all such 
as be well affected to further the same. Lofidoit: 
Samvel Machain, 1609. i3 1. 4°. Black letter. 

Line for line the titles in the two issues are identical, except 
for " Offnng " and " Offering." In this issue last noted, how- 
ever, text of title sits close to top of page; between it and im- 
print is a cut of a ship. Dedication is signed " R. I." 

Bound with this copy is a broadside sheet, a circular sent in 
1608 or i6og to various gentlemen inviting their subscription 
to the stock of the Company. It begins: "Considering there 
is no publicke Action, bemg honest and good in itselfe, and 
which tendeth to the general! good and benefite of this Com- 
mon-wealth, but that the same is also beneficial! and good in 
some degree, to euery particular Member thereof," etc. Line 
34 has blank space left for name of town. Signed in autograph 
at bottom by J L Southampton, \V Waad, Pembroke, Tho: 
Sraythe, Walter Cope, Tho Lawarre, G: Coppin, Tho: Roe, 
R: Lisle, G: Carew. 

(In: Force's Coll. of Hist'l Tracts. 

V. I, no. 6. Washington, 1835.) 

Same. (In: American Colonial Tracts 

. . .no. 6, Oct. 1897. Rochester: G. P. Humphrey, 
1897. I p.l., 28 p. 8°.) 

Spelman (Henry). Relation of Virginia, 1609 
[edited by James Frothinghara Hunnewell]. Lon- 
don: the editor, 1872. 58 (r)p. , i pi. sq. 24°. 

Printed from the original manuscript, at the Chiswick 
Press, in an edition of 200 copies. 

Symonds (William). Virginia. A Sermon [on 
Gen. 12:1, 2, 3] preached at White-Chappel, in the 
presence of many. . .the aduenturers and planters 
for Virginia. 25 April, 1609. Published for the 
benefit and vse of the Qo\ov\y .. .London: Printed 
by L. IVindet for E. Edgar, ibog. 4p. l.,54p. 4°. 


Argall (Samuel). The voyage of Captaine 
Samuel Argal, from James Towne in Virginia, to 
seeke the Isle of Bermuda, and missing the same, 
his putting over toward Sagadahoc and Cape Cod, 
and so backe againe to James Towne, begun the 
nineteenth of June, 1610. (Purchas his Pilgrimes. 
London, 1625. IV, ix, 1758-1762.) 

Crashaw (William). A sermon preached in 
London before. .. Lord Lawarre, Lord Gouernour 
of Virginea ..At the said Lord Generall his... 
departure for Virginea. . .21 Feb. 1609. . .London: 
Wm. Welby, 1610. 46 1. 4°. 

Rich (R.) Newes from Virginia (1610). A 
poetical tract, describing the adventures supposed 
to be referred to in Shakespeare's Tempest. [By 
R. Rich.] Reprinted from a copy supposed to be 
unique. Edited by J. O. Halliwell. London: 
[Whittingham Or' Wilkins for the Editor,^ 1S65. 
22, I p. 24°. 

Limited to twenty-five copies. " I destroyed fifteen copies 
18 Nov, 1865. J. O. H. Ten selected copies only preserved. 
Number one — Ms. note by Halliwell, at back of book. 

Newes from Virginia (1610). A tract in 

verse. Reprinted after the only existing copy of 
the original edition. London: Printed for private 
circiilatioti, 1S74. ig p. 4°. 

Strachey (William). A true repertory of the 
wracke, and redemption of Sir Thomas Gates 

Knight; upon, and from the Hands of the Bermu- 
das; his comming to Virginia, and the estate of 
that Colonic then, and after, under the government 
of the Lord La Warre, July 15. 1610. (Purchas 
his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. iv, ix, 1735-175S.) 

Trve (A) declaration of the estate of the Colonic 
in Virginia, With a confutation of such scandalous 
reports as have tended to the disgrace of so worthy 
an enterprise. Published by aduise and direction 
of the Councell of Virginia. London: IV/n. Barret, 
1610. I 1., 68 p. 8°- 

(In: Force's Coll. of Hist. Tracts. 

V. 3, no. I. Washington, 1844.) 

Strachey (William). The historic of travaile 
into Virginia Britannia [1610-12] ; expressing the 
cosmographie and comodities of the country, to- 
gither with the manners and customes of the people. 
Gathered and observed as well by those who went 
first thither as collected by William Strachey, gent., 
the first secretary of the colony. Now first edited 
from the original manuscript, in the British Mu- 
seum, by R. H. Major, esq., of the British Museum. 
London: Hakluyt Society, 1849. viii, xxxvi, 2 1., 
203 p., I facsim., i map, 5 pi. 8°. (Hakluyt 
Society, Works, no. 6.) 

Pp. 183-196 contain " Adictionarieof the Indian language." 

[MS. transcript, made probably in 

England about 1850.] 220 p. f°. Morocco. 


Dela^ware (12. Baron), Thomas West. 
The relation of... the Lord De-La- Warre, lord 
gouernour and captaine generall of the colonic, 
planted in Virginea. London : Printed by W^ 
Hall for W. Welbie, 161 1. 9L 4°. 

(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. 

IV, ix, 1762-1764.) 

{^Reprinted, New York, 1867.] 9 1. 4°. 

Virginia. — Charter. The third charter of 
Virginia, i6ii-i2. (In: Poore (B. P.) Constitu- 
tions. Washington, 187S. f°. pp. 1902-1908.) 

Same. (In: Stith's Virginia, v. i, pp. 23- 

32; also in Hcning, v. i, p. 98.) 


New (The) life of Virginea: declaring the former 
successe and present estate of that plantation, being 
the second part of Noua Britannia [by Robert 
Johnson]. Published by authoritie of his Majesties 
Counsell of Virginea. London : F. Kyngston for 
William Welby, 1612. 28 1. 8°. 

(In: Force's Coll. of Hist'l Tracts. 

V. I, no. 7. Washington, 1835.) 

(In: American Colonial Tracts, no. 7. 

Nov. 1897. Rochester: G. P. Hiwiphrey, 1897. 
I p.l., iv, 20 p. 8°.) 

(Mass. Hist. Soc. Collections, scr. 2, 

v. 8, p. 199-227. Boston, 1819.) 

Smith (John). A Map of Virginia. With a 
Description of the Covntrey, the Commodities, 
People, Government, and Religion. Written by 
Captaine Smith, sometimes Governourof the Coun- 



History, 1612-1619. 
trey. Wherevnto is annexed the proceedings of 
these Colonies, since their first departure from 
England, with the discovrses, Orations, and rela- 
tions of the Salvages, and the accidents that befell 
them in all their lournies and discoveries. Taken 
faithfully as they were written out of the writings 
of Doctor Rvssell, Tho. Stvdley, Anas Todkill, 
leflra Abot, Richard Wiefin, Will. Phettiplace, Na- 
thaniel Powell, Richard Potts. And the relations 
of divers other diligent observers there present then, 
and now many of them in England, by \V[illiam] 
S[trachey]. At Oxford: Printed hy Joseph Barnes, 
1612. 4 p.l., map, 39 p., 2 1., no p. 4°. 

Second title following p. [40]: The proceedings of the 
English Colonic in Virginia . . . 

Another copy; inserted is a printed 

dedication leaf to Edward Semer, Earl of Hartford, 
whose arms are on the cover. Inserted in this copy 
is also a photograph of a printed dedication leaf 
in another copy, dedication being made to a differ- 
ent person than Earl Hartford. 

Proceedings (The) of the English Colony in 
Virginia, taken faithfully out of the writings of 
Thomas Studly Cape-AIerchant, Anas Todkill, 
Doctor Russell, Nathaniel Powell, William Pheti- 
place, and Richard Pot, Richard Wiffin, Tho. 
Abbay, Tho. Hope; and since enlarged out of the 
Writings of Capt. John Smith, principall Agent and 
Patient in these Virginian Occurrents, from the 
beginning of the Plantation 1606, till Ann. 1610, 
somewhat abridged. (Purchas his Pilgrimes. 
London, 1625. IV, ix, 1705-1733.) 

Strachey (William). The proceedings of the 
English Colonic in Virginia since. . . 1606. . .taken 
. . .out of the writings of Thomas Studley. . .[and 
others]. By W. S. \i. e., William Strachey.] 
Oxford: J. Barnes, 1612. 2 1., nop. 4°. 

Really the second part of Smith's " Map of Virginia." 

For the colony in Virginea Britannia. 

Lawes diuine, morall and v!\2iX\\M, Si.c. . .London: 
Printed for Walter Bur re, 1612. 68 p. 8". 
(Force's Coll. of Hist'l Tracts, vol. 3, no. 2. Wash- 
ington, 1844.) 


ArgoU (Samuel). A Letter of Sir Samuel Ar- 
goll touching his Voyage to Virginia, and Actions 
there: Written to Master Nicholas Hawes. June, 
1613. (Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, \i)2^. iv, 
ix, 1 764-1 765.) 

Whitaker (Alexander). Good newes from Vir- 
ginia. Sent to the covnsell and Company of Vir- 
ginia . . . From Alexander Whitaker . . . [Epistle 
Dedicatorieby W. Crashaw.] London: F. A'yngstoti 
for IV. Welhy, 1613. 13 1., 44 p. 4°. 

Smyth, of Nibley, papers. Virginia papers, 
1613-1634. The manuscript coll'nsof John Smyth 
of Nibley Glocestersh., the author of the " Lives 
of the Berkeleys," one of the original Adventurers 
in the promotion of plantations and settlements in 
the second Virginian colony. With some papers 
of later date added. 84 originals and contempo- 
rary transcripts, 1613-1679. f°. Morocco. 

(Calendared in Bulletin of the New 

York Public Library, v. i, p. 186-190. New 
York, 1897.) 

(Printed, almost entire, in Bulletin of 

the New York Public Library, v. 3, p. 160-208, 
248-276. A'^e-cuYork, 1899.) 


Dale (Sir Thomas). A Letter of Sir Thomas 
Dale, and another of Master Whitakers, from James 
Townein \irginia, June 18, 1614. And a piece of 
a Tractate, written by the said Master Whitaker 
from Virginia the yeare before. (Purchas his Pil- 
grimes. London, 1625. iv, ix, 1768-1773.) 

Robertson (Wyndham). Pocahontas, alias 
Motoaka, and her descendants through her marriage 
at Jamestown, Virginia, in April, 1614, with John 
Rolfe. . .With biographical sketches by Wyndham 
Robertson, and illustrative historical notes by R. A. 
Brock. Richmond: J. W. A'andoiph dr' English, 
1S87. viii, 84 p., I port. 4°. 

The marriage of Pocahontas: notes on the 

date of Pocahontas' marriage and some other inci- 
dents of her life. (Hist. Maga. v. 4, pp. 289-297. 
Nezv York, i860.) 

Hamor (Raphe). A true discourse of the pres- 
ent estate of Virginia and the successe of the affaires 
there till the iS of June, 1614. Together with a 
relation of the severall English Townes and fortes, 
the assured hopes of that countrie and the peace 
concluded with the Indians. The Christening of 
Powhatan's daughter and her marriage with an 
Englishman . . . Printed at London by John Bcale for 
William Wellby dwelling at the signe of the Swatine 
in Pauls Church-yard, 161 5. 4 p.l., 69 p. 4°. 

Another copy, with typographical 

variations on page 60. 

(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. 

IV, ix, 1766.) 

[Reprinted at Albany, 200 copies, by 

Joel Munsell, for Charles Gorham Barney of Rich- 
mond.] i860. 8, 69 (i) p. f°. 

Another copy, large paper. 

Dreyzehente Schiffahrt Darinnen Ein War- 

hafftiger und Grtindlicher Bericht, von dem jtzigen 
Zustand der Landtschafft Virginien... Erstlicher 
in Engelischer Sprach durch Raphe Hamor. . .be- 
schrieben. . .Hanaza: Ln Verlegtmg der Htdsischen, 
161 7. 76 p., I map, 4 pi. 4°. 

Another issue, with slight typographic 

variations on title-page and two following leaves. 


Rolfe (John). [Account of Virginia in 161 7.] 
(Abbreviated by Purchas in his Pilgrimage. Lon- 
don, 1617. 3. ed. p. 946-8.) 

(Southern Literary Messenger, v. 5, 

p. 401-406. Pichtnond, 1839.) 

Here printed in full from the original ms. in the British 

(Virginia Historical Register, and 

Literary Advertiser, v. i, p. 101-113. Richmond, 


Note (A) of the shipping, men, and provisions, 
sent to Virginia, by the Treasurer and Company, in 
the yeere 1619. {^London, 1619.] 2 1. f°. 



History, 161 9- 1622. 

(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 

1625. IV, ix, 1776-1778.) 

[Occurrents in Virginia.] Of the Lottery; 
Sir Thomas Dales returne; the Spaniards in Vir- 
ginia. Of Pocahontas and Tomocomo ; Captaine 
Yerdley and Captaine Argoll (both since Knighted), 
their Government; the Lord La-Warrs death, and 
other occurrents till Anno 1619. (Purchas his Pil- 
grimes. London, 1625. IV, ix, 1773-1775.) 

Bayne (Howard R.) The year 1619 in the 
colony of Virginia. \_New York, 1899?] 16 p. 8°. 
(Soc. of Colonial Wars in the State of N. Y. Hist, 
papers, No. 2.) 

Read before the Society, Dec. 20, 1S97. 

Garrett (W. R.) History of the first legislative 
assembly ever convened in America. \_Nashville, 
Tenn., 1S9-?] 31 p., I pi., i port. 12°. 

Henry (William Wirt). The first legislative 
assembly in America. (Amer. hist, assoc. Ann. 
rept. for 1893, p. 301-316. Washington, 1894.) 

Neill (Edward Duffield). The earliest contest 
in America on charter-rights, begun. . .1619, in 
Virginia legislature; with documents now first 
printed. Saiitt Paul, Minn., i8go. p. 141-168. 
8°. (Macalester College Contributions, 5.) 

Virginia. — General Assembly. Proceedings of 
the First assembly of Virginia, 1619. Communi- 
cated, with an introductory note, by George Ban- 
croft. (New York Historical Society. Collections. 
2. series, v. 3, 1857, p. 329-358.) 

Same, separate. 30 p. 8°. 

[With Bancroft's Note and with an 

introduction signed by Thos. H. Wynne andW. S. 
Gilman.] (In: Colonial Records of Virginia. Rich- 
mond, 1874. 4°. p. 9-32.) 

The substance of Bancroft's paper is given in CarapbelPs 
History 0/ Virginia. 

Virginia Company of London. Abstract of 
the proceedings. .. 1619-1624, prepared from the 
records in the Library of Congress, by C. Robinson, 
and edited with an introduction and notes by R. A. 
Brock. Rich>nond, Virginia : Virginia Historical 
Society, 1888-9. 2 v. 4°. (Virginia Historical 
Society — Collections. ) 

Virginia Company of London. Extracts 

from their manuscript transactions; with notes by 
E. D. Neill. Washington : Government printing 
office, 1868. 17 p. 8°. 

(U. S. 40. Cong., 2. Sess., Senate 

misc. docs. 84, v. i. 11 p. 8°.) 

Library of Congress. The Records of the 

Virginia Company of London [28 April 1619-7 June 
1624]. The court book, from the manuscript in 
the Library of Congress. Edited with an introduc- 
tion and bibliography by Susan Myra Kingsbury, 
A.M., Ph.D., instructor in history and economics 
Simmons College, preface by Herbert Levi Osgood, 
A.M., Ph.D., professor of American history in 
Columbia University. Washington : Government 
Printing Office, 1906. I p.l. , 636 p., 4 facsim. ; 
611 p., 5 facs. 2 V. 4°. 

Miss Kingsbury's introduction was also issued separately. 


Bacon (Francis), Viscount St. Albans. An 
essay on plantations. [1620?] (In: Select tracts 
relating to colonies. London [174-?]. p. 1-4.) 

Brown reprints it (Genesis, ii, 799-802); thinks it was revised 
between 1620- 1624, but composed at an earlier date. 

Orders and constitutions, partly collected out 
of his Maiesties letters patents, and partly ordained 
vpon mature deliberation, by the treasvror, covnceil 
and companie of Virginia, for the better gouerning 
of the actions and affaires of the said companie here 
in England residing. Anno 1619 and 1620. n.p., 
n.d., 26 p. 8°. (In: Force's Coll. of Ilist'l Tracts. 
V. 3, no. 6. Washington, 1844.) 

By the Treasurer, Councell, and Company of 
Virginia. [A proclamation to the Governor, order- 
ing the erection of guest houses and the appoint- 
ment of ministers for James City, Henrico, Charles 
City, and Kicowtan (Elisabeth city).] Given in a 
general court, the 17. day of May, 1620. [London, 
1620?] Broadside. 21^x16^ in. 

Chester (Anthony). Sheeps-togt van A. Chester 
na Virginia, gedaan in het Jaar 1620. . .Leyden: P. 
vander Aa, lyoj. I 1., 15 (3) p., I pi. 8°. (In : 
Aa(P. vander). Zeeen Land-Reysen. v. 26. 1707.) 

Declaration of the state of the Colonic and 
Affaires in Virginia ; with The Names of the Aduen- 
turors, and Summes aduentured in that Action. By 
his Maiesties Counseil for Virginia. 22. Junij 1620. 
London: Printed by T. S., 1620. i p.l., II (i), 16, 
30, 4, 39 p. 4°. 

An initial "A" is probably trimmed away. 

London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1620. 

I p.l., 92 p. 4°. 

London: Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1620. 

I p.l., 97 p. 4°. 

The second two issues are probably from the same composi- 
tion, a different setting from the first issue; the third issue 
differs from the second in having as a supplement the court 
vote of 15 November, 1620. 

(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. 

IV, ix, 1775-1776.) 

(In : Force's Tracts, v. 3, no. 5. 

Washington, 1844.) 


Note (A) of the shipping, men and provisions 
sent and provided for Virginia by. . .Henry Earle 
of Sovth-hampton, and the Company and other 
private adventvrers, in the yeere 1621 &c. n.p., 
n.d. 4 p. f°. 

(Purchas his]Pilgrimes. London, 1625. 

IV, ix, 1793.) 

Virginia — Charter. Charter of 1621. (In : 
Stith's Virginia, v. i, p. 32-34; Henning, v. i, 
p. 110-113.) 


Bonoeil (John). His Maiesties gracious letter 
to the Earle of Sovth-hampton. . .and to the Coun- 
cell and Company of Virginia heere...Also si 
Treatise of the Art of making Silke...Set foorth 
for the benefit of the two. . .Sisters, Virginia, and 
the Summer- 1 lands. . . London: F. Kyngston, 1622. 
61., 88 p., 4 pi. in text. 4°. 



History, 1622-1640. 

A consolation for ovr grammar schooles. . . 
More specially for all those of the inferiour sort, 
and all ruder countries and places; namely, for Ire- 
land, Wales, Virginia, with the Sommer Hands... 
[By John Brinsley, the elder.] London: R. Field 
for f. Man, 1622. 8 1., 84 p., I I. 4°- 

Copland (Patrick). Virginia's God be Thanked, 
or A sermon of thanksgiving for the happie suc- 
cesse of the affayres in Virginia this last yeare. 
Preached ... before the Honorable Virginia Com- 
pany. . . Hereunto are adjoyned some Epistles, writ- 
ten. . .by Peter Pope... London: /. D. for W. 
Sheffard and L. Bellatnie, 1622. 3 1., 36 P-. 3 L 4°- 

A declaration of the state of the Colony and 
Affaires in \'irginia. . . [By Edward Waterhouse.] 
And a treatise annexed. Written by. . .Mr. Henry 
Briggs, of the Northwest passage to the South 
Sea... London: G. Eld for Li. Alylbourne, 1622. 
3I., 54 p. 4°- 

Donne (John). A sermon vpon the viil. verse 
of the I. chapter of the Acts of the Apostles. 
Preach'd To the Honourable Company of the Vir- 
ginian Plantation. 13. Nouemb. 1622. By John 
Donne Deane of St. Pauls, London. London: A. 
Mat: for T. Lones, 1622. 2 1., 49 p. 4°. 

A sermon vpon the eight ver[s]e of 

the first Chapter Of the Acts Of the Apostles [etc.] 
London: Printed for Thomas Lones, 1624. 2 p. I., 
49 p. 4°. (In his: Five sermons upon special 
occasions. London, 1626.) 

Inconveniences (The) that have happened to 
some persons which have transported themselves 
from England to Virginia, without provisions neces- 
sary to sustaine themselves hath greatly hindred the 
Progress of that noble Plantation. . .it is thought 
requisite to publish this short declaration: wherein 
is contained a particular of. . .necessaries. . . Lon- 
don: F. Kyngston, 1622. Broadside. 

Same, photozincographic facsimile, 

made in London, about 1905. 

Neill (Edward D.) Massacre at Falling Creek, 
Virginia, March 22, 1621-22. (Maga. of Amer. 
Hist. v. I, pp. 222-225. New York, 1877.) 

Orders and constitutions, partly collected out 
of his Maiesties Letters Patents; and partly by 
authority . . . Ordained ... by the Gouernour and 
Company of the City of London, for the Plantation 
of the SvmmerTlands. . .6. Febr. 1621. London: 
F. Kyngston, 1622. i 1. , 83 p. sm. 4°. 


Lists of the Livinge & the Dead in Virginia 
February 16, 1623. (Colonial Records of Virginia. 
Richmond, 1874. p. 37-66.) 

Original in State Paper Office, Colonial, Volume 3, No. 2. 

(In J.C.Hotten's Original lists of. . . 

emigrants. New York, 1874. p. 169-196.) 

Briefe intelligence from Virginia by Letters, a 
supplement of French-Virginian Occurrants, and 
their supplantation by Sir Samuel Argal, in right 
of the English Plantation. [1624.] (Purchas his 
Pilgrimes. London, 1625. iv, ix, 1806-1809.) 

Donne (John). A sermon vpon [Acts i, 8] . 
London, 1624. See under 1622 above. 

Musters of the inhabitants of Virginia, 1624. 
(In J. C. Hotten's Original lists of. . .emigrants. 
AVw York, 1874. p. 201-265.) 

Neill (Edward D.) A study of the Virginia 
census of 1624. (New Engl. Hist. & Geneal. Reg. 
v. 31, pp. 147-153; 265-272; 393-401. Boston, 



Breife (A) Declaration of the Plantation of Vir- 
ginia duringe the first Twelve Yeares, when Sir 
Thomas Smith was Governor of the Companie, & 
downe to this present tyme. By the Ancient Plan- 
ters nowe remaining alive in Virginia. [1625?] 
(Colonial Records of Virginia. Richmond, 1874. 
p. 69-83.) 

Original in State Paper Office, Colonial, Volume 3, No. 21, I- 
The Bancroft MSS. in the Library contain a transcript. 

Virginia's Verger: Or a Discourse shewing 
the benefits which may grow to this Kingdome from 
American English Plantations, and specifically 
those of Virginia and Summer Hands. [1625.] 
(Purchas his Pilgrimes. London, 1625. iv, ix, 


Patents granted to settlers in Virginia (circa) 
1626. (In J. C. Hotten's Original lists of. . .emi- 
grants. New York, 1S74. p. 266-274. 


Von der Landtschafft Virginia. (Hulsius, 
Zwantzigste Schifffahrt. Franckfurt a. M., 1629. 
2 pi. p. 39-116.) 


List (A) of the number of men, women and 
children Inhabitinge in the severall Counties wt^in 
the Collony of Virginia. Anno Dne, 1634. (Colo- 
nial Records of Virginia. Richmond, 1^-^. p. 91.) 

Original in State Paper Office, Colonial, Vol. S, No. 55 
(1634). The Library has a transcript among the Bancroft 

Sainsbury (W. Noel). The First Settlement 
of French Protestants in America [1634]. (The 
Antiquary, v. 3, p. 101-103. London, i88i.) 


Passengers for Virginia, 1635. [List of 
names.] (New Engl. Llist. & Geneal. Reg. v. 2, 
pp. 111-113; 211-212; 268; v. 3, pp. 184; 388-390; 
v. 4, pp. 61; 189-191; 261-264; V. 5, pp. 61-62; 
343-344; v. 15, pp. 142-146. Boston, i848-'5i, 


Sainsbury (W. M.) Virginia in 1638-39, '40. 
(Va. Mag. of Hist. & Biog. v. 11, p. 46-57. 
169-182, 284-288; v. 12, p. 385-396; V. 13, 
P- 375-388. Richmond, 1 903-1906.) 

Virginia Council and General Court Records, 
1640-1641. (From " Robinson's notes," Virginia 
Historical Society Collection.) (Virginia Mag. of 
Hist. & Biog. v. II, p. 277-284. Richmond, 



History, 1 649-165 7. 


Bullock (William). Virginia impartially ex- 
amined, and left to public view. .. Under which 
title, is comprehended the degrees from 34 to 39, 
wherein lyes the rich. . .countries of Roanock, the 
now plantations of Virginia and Maryland. . . Lon- 
don: J. Hammond, 1649. 6p.l., 66 pp. 4°. 

Norivood ( ), Colonel. A voyage to Vir- 

ginia [made in 1649]. (Churchill's Voyages. Lon- 
don, 1732. V. 6, pt. I, p. 143-170. f°.) 

50 p. 8°. (In: Force's Coll. of Ilist'l 

Tracts, v. 3, no. 10. Washington, 1844.) 

Perfect (A) description of Virginia: being, A 
full and true relation of the present state of the 
plantation. . .also, A narration of the countrey, 
within a few dayes of Virginia, West and by South 
. . .with the manner how the emperor Nichotawance 
came to Sir William Berkley. . .to doe homage. . . 
to King Charles. . . London: Prind [sic] for R. 
Wodenoth, 1649. I p.l., 19 pp. 4°. 

(Massachusetts Hist. Soc. Collections. 

ser. 2, V. 9, p. 105-122. Boston, 1822.) 

(Force's Tracts, v. 2, no. 8. iS p. 

8°. IVasJmtgton, 1837.) 


W. (E.), Gent. Virginia: more especially the 
South part thereof, richly and truly valued. . .The 
second edition, with addition of The discovery of 
silkworms. . .and implanting of mulberry trees, also 
the dressing of vines, for the rich trade of making 
wines in Virginia. Together with the making of 
the saw-mill. . .by E. W. Gent \i. e. E. Williams]. 
London: Printed by T.H. for John Stephenson, 1650. 
6 p.l., 47 pp., 4 1., 3 1., 75, (i) p., I 1., I map. 4". 
Virginia Farrer issue of the folded map dated 1651. 

Another copy. 

This copy has a blank leaf before the separate title to 
" Virginia's Discovery of Silke-Wormes," which is not in 
the first copy, and the folded map, Virginia Farrer issue, is a 
later state than the same map in the other copy. 

— (Force's Tracts. 

Washington, 1844.) 

v. 3, no. II. 62 p. 

Williams (Edward.) Virgo trivmphans; or, Vir- 
ginia richly and truly valued; more especially the 
south part thereof: viz. The fertile Carolana, and 
no lesse excellent isle of Roanoke. . .Presented as 
the auspice of a beginning yeare, to the parliament 
of England and council of state. London: Printed 
by Thomas Harper for Johfi Stephenson, ib'^O. 7 p.l., 
47 pp., 4 1., I map. 4°. 

Another copy. 

This copy has marginal notes in a contemporary hand, and 
also a folded manuscript map in the same hand. It has been 
called the author's copy with his marginalia, but careful in- 
vestigation proves the notes are not in his hand. 

This copy has no engraved map, nor dedication (8 p.), nor 
address to the " Lord President and Counsell of State " (2 p.) 


Beschrijvinghe van Virginia, Nieuw Neder- 
landt, en d'Eylanden Bermudes, Berbados, en S. 
Christoffel. . . t' Amsterdam: by J. Hartgers, 1651. 
88 pp., map. 8°. 

Copy of a petition from the governor and com- 
pany of the Summer Islands, with annexed papers, 
presented to... the councel of state, July 19, 1651 
. . .also An occasional letter written to Sir J. Dan- 
vers. With a short collection of. . .passages from 
the original to the dissolution of the Virginia Com- 
pany, and a large description of Virginia. . . London: 
Printed for E. Husband, 1651. 30 pp., 2 1., 20 pp. 

Withington (Lothrop). Surrender of Virginia 
to the Parliamentary Commissioners, 1651-52. 
(Va. Mag. of Hist. & Biog. v. 11, p. 32-41. 
Richmond, 1903.) 


[Hartlib (Samuel ) . ] A rare and new discovery 
of a speedy way, and easie means, found out by a 
young lady in England. . .for the feeding of silk- 
worms. . .in Virginia, .[preface signed Samuel 
Hartlib]. \London:^ R. Wodenothe, 1652. 8 p.l. 
12 pp. 4°. 

[^London: Printed by R. Wodenothe, 

1653.] 8 P-1-. 12 p. 4°. 

Imprint in pen-and-ink facsimile; apparently identical with 
the 1652 title above. 


The Lord Baltemore's Case, Concerning the 
Province of Maryland, adjoyning to Virginia in 
America... London, 1653. i 1., 20 p. sm. 4°. 


Hartlib (Samuel). The reformed Virginian 
silk-worm, or, A rare and new discovery of a speedy 
way, and easie means, found out by a young lady 
in England. . .in May Anno 1652 for the feeding of 
silk-worms in the woods on the Mulberry tree leaves 
in. . .Virginia. . .London: Printed by J. Streater for 
Giles Calvert, 1655. 2 p.l., 40 pp. 4°. 

37 p. 8°. (In: Force's Coll. of Hist'l 

Tracts, v. 3, no. 13. Washington, 1844.) 

Virginia and Maryland, or, the Lord Balti- 
more's printed case, uncased and answered. Shew- 
ing, the illegality of his patent and usurpation of 
royal jurisdiction and dominion there. With the 
injustice and Tyranny practised in the government, 
against the laws and liberties of the English nation, 
and the just right and interest of the adventurers 
and planters. Also, a short relation of the Papists 
late rebellion... London, 1655. 47 p. 8°. (In: 
Force's Coll. of Hist'l Tracts, v. 2, no. 9. Wash- 
ington, 1837.) 


Hammond (John). Leah and Rachel or the 
two fruitful! sisters Virginia and Mary-land: their 
present condition, impartially stated and related. . . 
London: T. Mabb, 1656. 30 p. 8°. (In: Force's 
Coll. of Hist'l Tracts, v. 3, no. 14. Washington, 


Publick good without private interest: or, A 
compendious remonstrance of the present sad state 
and condition of the English colonie in Virginea. .. 
[By Lionel Gatford.] London: H. Marsh, ibsi. 
10 p.l., 26 p. 4°. 



History, 1659-1676. 


Gorges (Ferdinando). America painted to 
the life. The true history of the Spaniards' pro- 
ceedings in the conquests of the Indians. . .an ab- 
solute narrative of the North parts of America, 
and of the discoveries and plantations of our Eng- 
lish in Virginia, New-England, and Berbadoes. 
London : JV. Brook, 1659. i p.l., 52 p., lO 1., 51 
p., I 1., 57, 236 p., I map, I pi. 4°. 


G. (R.) Virginia's cure: or, An advisive narra- 
tive concerning Virginia. Discovering the true 
ground of that churches unhappiness, and the only 
true remedy. As it was presented to the Right 
Reverend Father in God Gvilbert Lord Bishop of 
London, September 2, 1661. London: W. Godbid 
for Henry Brome, 1662. 3 p.l., 22 p. 4°. 

ig p. 8°. (In: Force's Coll. of Hist'l 

Tracts, v. 3, no. 15. Washington, 1844.) 

Maryland. — House of Delegates. Document 
presented by Charles C. Harper, Esquire, from the 
Committee on the Library, enclosing Col. Edmond 
Scarburgh's account of proceedings in an expedi- 
tion from Virginia to Annamessecks and Manokin, 
pursuant to an act of the Grand Assembly of Vir- 
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of the House of Burgesses. " We congratulate 
you upon the acquisition of such respectable Aid as 
the ancient and patriotic Province of Virginia, the 
earliest Resolvers against the detestable Stamp Act, 
in Opposition to the unconstitutional Measures of 
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Minute (or order) book of the Virginia Court 
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Patrick Kennedy's journal up the Illinois river, and 
a list of the. . .nations and tribes of the Indians. . . 
London : the author, 177S. 1 1, ii, 67 p. , 2 maps, 
table. 4°. 

Another ed. with table of errata. 

A topographical description of Virginia, 

Pennsylvania, Maryland, and North Carolina. Re- 
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surrender of the British Army to the allied forces 
of America and France before the Brigade of New- 
York Troops and the Division of American Light- 
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Journal of a young lady [Lucinda Lee] of 
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Virginia; written in the year 1781, somewhat cor- 
rected and enlarged in the winter of 17S2, for the 
use of a Foreigner of distinction, in answer to 
certain queries proposed by him respecting i. Its 
boundaries... 2. Rivers... 3. Sea ports... 4. 
Mountains... 7. Climate... 8. Population... 11. 
Aborigines... 13. Constitution... 15. Colleges, 
buildings, and roads... 17. Religion... 18. Man- 
ners. . . 22. Public revenue and expences. 23. His- 
tories, memorials, and state-papers. [Paris,] 1782. 

I p.l., 326, 367-391 P- 8^ 

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in English from Jefferson to Abbe Morellet, with a note of 
acknowledgment in French from the abbe and his bookplate. 

Though dated 1782 the book was sent to press 13 Sept., 
1784. Writing to .Madison from Paris, 11 May, 1785, Jeffer- 
son said: "They yesterday finished printing my notes. I 
had 200 copies printed, but do not put them out of my own 
hands, except two or three copies here and two which I shall 
send to America, to yourself & Colo. Monroe." 

Another copy, i p.l., 391 P-. ^ table- 


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panied later editions ; (2) Draught of a fundamental constitu- 
tion for the Commonwealth of Virginia [Fan's, 1786], 14 P-; 
(3) Notes on the establishment of a money unit, and of a coin- 
age for the United States [Far/s, 1786]. 14 p., dated at end 
"Annapolis, May g, 1784"; (4) An Act for establishing Re- 
ligious Freedom, passed in the assembly of Virginia in the 
beginning of the year 1786 [/'rtr/.s, 1786]. 4 p. , <• » 

Pages 51-54 are reprinted in smaller type than that ot tirst 
copy above noted, and p. 315-317 bave typographical varia- 
tions. , ■»« T *** 

Observations sur la Virginie, Par M. J.** . 

Traduites de I'Anglois. A Paris : chez Barrels, 
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French translation made by the Abbe Morellet. 



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Thomas Jefferson. Illustrated with A Map, includ- 
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3S2 p., I map, I table. 8°. 

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R. T. Rawle,\Zoi. (4), 436, (i) 56 p., 1 pi., 2 maps, 
I table. 8°. 

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364 p., I map, I pi., I port. 8°. 

9. American edition. Boston : H. 

Sprague, 1802. 368 p., i map, i port., i tab. 16°. 

Notes on the state of Virginia. With an 

Appendix relative to the murder of Logan's family. 
Trenton: M. Carey, 1803. 356 p., i map, i port., 
I table. 12°. 

Philadelphia: H. C. Carey &- J. Lea, 

1825. 344 p. 12°. 

Richmond : J. IV. Randolph, 1S53. 

4 p.l., 275 p., 5 maps, I pi. New ed. 8°. 

Notes on the state of Virginia. A reprint 

of the original edition of 1784. Edited by P. L. 
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I p. f°. 


Virginia. — Delegates, House of. Resolved 
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Virginia. — Courts. Decisions of cases in Vir- 
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some of those decisions. Rich?nond: T. Nicolson, 
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In the House of Delegates, Saturday, De- 
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I p.l., 40 p. 8°. 

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the subject of our Federal relations, n.t.-p. 20 p. 
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Virginia and Kentucky resolutions of 1798 

and '99, with Jefferson's original draught thereof. 
Also, Madison's report, Calhoun's address, resolu- 
tions. . . in relation to State rights. With other 
documents in support of the Jeffersonian doctrines 
of '98. Published by Jonathan Elliot. Washing- 
ton, 1832. 82 p. 8°. 

The Kentucky and Virginia resolutions of 

1 798-1 799. (In: Niles' Weekly Register, Supple- 
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The Virginia report of 1 799-1 800, touching 

the alien and sedition laws; together with the Vir- 
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Hansford (Theodosius). Debates in the House 
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Address (The) of the Minority in the Virginia 
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Addison (A.) Analysis of the report of the 
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224 p. 

History, 1800-1830. 
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and the report of the committee to whom was com- 
mitted the proceedings of . . . other states in answer 
to the resolutions of the General assembly, of . . . 
Dec. 1798... Kichmo7td, Va.: M. Jones [1800]. 
104 pp. 16°. 


Letter to a member of the general assembly of 
Virginia, on the subject of the late conspiracy of 
the slaves; with a proposal for their colonization. 
23 p. Baltimore: Bonsai dr' Niles, printers, 1801. 

Letters (The) of the British Spy. [By William 
Wirt.] Originally published in the Virginia Argus, 
in August and September, 1803. Richmond: S. 
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Richmond: S. Pleasants, jun., 1805. 

3. ed. 16°. 

Baltimore: F. Lucas, jr., 181 7. 186 p., 
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2 pi. 8. ed. 24°. 

10. edition, revised and corrected. To 

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Jones (Thomas). An Address to the People of 
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from the unbounded influence of lawyers, and the 
impolicy of confiding to them the legislation of our 
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Address (An) to the Freeholders of the Con- 
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Kenawha, and Mason. By a Citizen of the Dis- 
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16 p. 8°. 

Tour (A) through part of Virginia, in the sum- 
mer of 1808, in a series of letters, including an ac- 
count of Harper's Ferry, the natural bridge, the 
new discovery called Weir's Cave, Monticello, and 
the different medical springs, hot and cold baths, 
visited by the author [T. Caldwell]. lYe-cO York: 
printed for the author, H. C. Soiith7vick, printer 
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28 p. 16°. 

Aitditor's Office. Muster rolls of the Vir- 
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ment to the pay rolls printed and distributed in 

1851. Copied from rolls in the Auditor's office at 
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travels in Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, 
Indiana, Kentucky and of a residence in the Illinois 

. Edited by F. A. Ogg. 
Clark Co., 1906. 

43 ?• 

Territory: 1817-1818 . . 
Cleveland: The A. H. 
3 plans, I pi. 8°. 

Pocahontas: a proclamation with plates, n. p. 

[1S20] 16 p. 8°. 

Ravenscroft (John Stark), bishop of N^orth 
Carolina. A sermon preached ... at the opening 
of the Virginia Convention .. . 1820. Philadelphia: 
IV. Fry, 1820. 31 p. 8". 

Virginia opposition to Chief Justice Marshall. 
Reprints from Richmond Enquirer, 1821. (The 
John P. Branch Historical Papers of Randolph- 
Macon College, v. 2, no. 2, p. 78-183. igo6.) 

United States. — Public Lands, Committee on. 
Report . . . upon the subject of certain lands in the 
state of Ohio, situate between Roberts' and Lud- 
low's lines, with a bill to provide for the relinquish- 
ment of certain claims to land sold by the United 
States, in the state of Ohio. January 21, 1825. 
n. t.-p. \^Washington, 1S25.] 29 p., i tab. 8°. 
(18. Cong., 2. sess. [H. rpt.] 34.) 

[Letters and memorials to the Com- 
mittee on Public Lands relating to the western 
boundary of the Virginia military district and Gen- 
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n. t.-p. \^lVashington, 1825.] 13 p. 8°. (18. 
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Wallace (Cadwallader). Memorial [submitting 
letter on claims to public lands between the Scioto 
and Little Miami Rivers]. December 24, 1827. 
Washington: Gales 6^ Seaton, prtrs., 1827. 31 p. 
8°. (U. S. 20. Cong., I. sess. H. doc. 19.) 

To Thomas Scott and John Alexander. [A 

letter concerning Virginia military land and the 
Ohio boundary dated] Chillicothe, June ist, 1827. 

71. t. p. «./. [1827?] II p. 4°. 

[Letter dated] July 26, 1827. n. p. 

[1827?] 4 p. 4°. 

To Littleton W. Tazewell and John Ran- 
dolph. [A letter dated] Chillicothe, October i, 
1827 [concerning the Virginia military land and the 
Ohio boundary], n. t.-p. n. p. [1827?] 14 p. 4°. 

[Letter dated] December 10, 1827. 

n. t.-p. n.p. [1827?] 4 p. 4°. 

[Correspondence of the Chairman of the 

Committee on public lands, in relation to the matter 
of the Virginia military land and the Ohio bound- 
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Taylor (Robert B.) Speech. . . as delivered in 
the Convention . . October 26, 1829, upon the sub- 
ject of the right of suffrage, basis of representation, 
and taxation. Richmond : T. W. White, 1S29. 
16 p. 8°. 

Virginia. Report of committee on revolu- 
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Substitute proposed, {ibid. Doc. 15.) 

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federal and state constitutions ... of the United 
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Proceedings and debates of the Vir- 
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joined the new constitution of Virginia and the 



History, 1 830-1833. 
votes of the people. Richmond: Printed by Samuel 
Shepherd &= Co., for Ritchie dr' Cook, 1 830. iv, 
920 p. 8°. 

Proceedings and debates of the Virginia 

convention begun and held in the county of Rich- 
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S. H. Davis, 1830. i p.l., 124 p. f°. 

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Bill of rights.. . adopted, June 12th, 1776. 

An amended constitution or form of government 
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[1830?] 14 p. pap. 8°. 

Grigsby (Hugh Blair). The Virginia Conven- 
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Virginia Historical Society, at their annual meeting, 
held in the Athen^um in the City of Richmond, 
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Young (C. H.) Virginia constitutional conven- 
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To the Honorable the Congress of the United 
States, the memorial of the commonwealth of Vir- 
ginia, by her commissioner and agent [asking for 
settlement of claims against the United States for 
value of 150,000 acres of land to enable the State 
to give to certain revolutionary officers half pay for 
life], n. t.-p. [183-?] 15 p. 8°. 

Drewry (W. S.) *Slave insurrections in Vir- 
ginia, 1S30-1S65. Johns Hopkins University. 
Washington: Neale Co., 1900. 201 p. , i 1., i map, 
33 pi., 4 port. 8°. 

Virginia. Report of committee on Virginia 
revolutionary war claims. 5 p. (House Journal, 
Dec. Sess., 1830. Doc. 32.) 

To the General Assembly of the Commonwealth 
of Virginia, the heirs and representatives of Gen- 
eral Thomas Nelson of York-Town, represent: 
That their ancestor was an active agent in the war 
of the revolution \e'tc.'\ {^Richnond? 1831.] (8) p. 

This is the second claim for indemnity made by the heirs of 
Thomas Nelson, signer of the Declaration of Independence, 
member of the Continental Congress, and governor of Virginia . 
The first was presented in 1822 through the efforts of St. 
George Tucker, but remained dormant until renewed in 1831; 
the second appeal was referred to the First and Second 
Auditors, who reported adversely as noted below. The heirs 
petitioned the U. S. Congress, on Dec. 10, 1833, but this at- 
tempt was also reported unfavorably. See on this and related 
matter, articles by R. A. Brock, in The Richtnond Standard., 
June 7 and Dec. 13, 1879; Sept. 25, 1880. 

Virginia. Report on "An act referring to the 
first and second auditors and treasurer, the petition 
and accompanying documents of heirs of General 
Thomas Nelson " for revolutionary war claims. 
10 p. (House Journal, Dec. Sess., 1831. Doc. 9.) 

[Warner (Samuel).] Authentic and impartial 
narrative of the tragical scene which was witnessed 
in Southampton County (Virginia) on. . the 22d of 
August last, when fifty-five of its inhabitants 
(mostly women and children) were inhumanly mas- 
sacred by the blacks! \_New York.-] Printed for 
Warner cr' West, 1831. [3-]38p., I folded pi. 12°. 

Agricola. Virginia doctrines, not nullifica- 
tion. Published in the Richmond Enquirer. . . 
1832 . . .Richmond: S. Shepherd dr' Co., 1832. 52 pp. 

Appomatox. The letter of Appomatox to the 
people of Virginia, e.xhibiting a connected view of 
the recent proceedings in the House of Delegates, 
on the subject of the abolition of slavery. . .47 pp. 
Richmond: T. W. White, printer, 1832. 8°. 

Berry (H.) The speech of H. pjerry in the 
House of delegates of Virginia, on the abolition of 
slavery. {Richmond? 1832?] 8 pp. 8°. 

Boiling (P. A.) The speeches of P. A. Boiling the House of delegates of Virginia, on the 
policy of the State in relation to her colored popula- 
tion: delivered on the nth and 25th of January, 
\%Z'^...Richmond : T. W. White, 1832. 2. ed. 
16 pp. 8°. 

Chandler (J. A.) The speech of J. A. Chand- 
ler. . .in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the 
policy of the State with respect to her slave popula- 
tion. Delivered Jan. 17, 1832. Richmond: T. W. 
White, 1832. 10 pp. 8°. 

Dew (Thomas Roderick). Review of the debate 
in the Virginia Legislature of 1831 and 1832. 
Richmond: T. W. White, 1832. 133 pp. 8°. 

Faulkner (C. J.) The speech of C. J. Faulkner the House of delegates of Virginia on the 
policy of the State with respect to her slave popula- 
tion. Delivered Jan. 20, 1832. Richmond: T. W. 
White, 1832. 22 pp. 8°. 

M'Dowell (J.) jr. Speech of J. M'Dowell jr. the House of delegates of Virginia, on the 
slave question: delivered. . .Jan. 21, 1832. Rich- 
mond: T. IF. White, 1832. 2. ed. 33 pp. 8°. 

Marshall (T.) The speech of T. Marshall. . . 
in the House of delegates of Virginia, on the policy 
of the State in relation to her colored population, 
delivered. . .Jan. 14, 1832... Richmond : T. W. 
White, 1832. 2. ed. 8°. 

United States. — Statutes. Resolution ex- 
planatory of the third section of the act of fifth 
July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, 
entitled "An act for liquidating and paying certain 
claims to the State of Virginia." {Washington, 
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Virginia. List of officers of Virginia continen- 
tal and state line, and state navy whose names ap- 
pear on army register and have not received land for 
revolutionary services. 18 pp. (Jol. House, Dec, 
1833. Doc. 31.) 

• List of portion of Armond's corps. . . . list of 

officers and soldiers of the Virginia continental 
line. . .who have not received land for revolutionary 
war services. 16 p. (House Journal, Dec, 1833. 
Doc. 34.) 

Virginia (The) scrivener, .. .forms of bonds, 
contracts, conveyancing, and other instruments of 
writing. . .accompanied by. . .explanatory rules of 
law, with the mode of authenticating deeds for 
record in all the states of the Union. Prepared by 
a gentleman of the bar of Staunton. To which are 
prefixed the Constitution of the U. S., the Bill of 
rights, and new Constitution of Va. Staunton, 
Fa.: K. Harper, 1833. iv, 5-181 pp. 8°. 



£ls:.-^-. 1534-1S50. 

Virsinia. Report of the - — : 

Cj^ " - - TT tor semccs in Lae war oi the 

rev; ;er iSth. i5^4. n.t.-r. \_R:ck- 

^•^■- :-i.. -i??- s^ 

5 p. (Hoase TocmsL Dec. Sess. . 

i5j^ Doc- 5.> 

List of claims for boimnr land for 

revol-tioaarT serrices, acted upon bv governor 
siace April i. 1534. 20 pp. (House JoamaL 
Dec Sessioa. 1534, Doc 35.1 

List of non-commissioned oficers and 

soldiers and non-commissioned oScers and seamen 
and ma-Ines of state navy whose names are in the 
army register, and who have not received bonntv 
land for reToIntionary services. 19 pp. (Hoase 
Tocmal. Dec Session, 1S54. Doc. 43.) 

List of non-commissioned omcers and 

soldiers of Va. line on continental establishment 
whose names appear on the armv register and who 
nave 'not received bounty land. 51 pp. (Hoose 
Jocmal Dec. Sess.. iSjO. Doc. 44.'* " 

Opinion of Attorney General re revo- 

Intionary claims. 5 pp. (^Honse Tonmal. Dec 
sess., 1534, Doc 45.) 

Report of select committee to whom 

was referred part of the Governor's message re 
revolt-tionary claims. ( House TrL Dec. sess.. 1334: 

p. Q2-GC.) 

Report of Commissioners of revoln- 

rionaiy war claims. ii5 p. 1 Honse TotimaL i5^?. 
Doc 6-1 

Proceedings of a convention of Republican 
<iei=g^-=5- -"':m the adjacent counties, held in 
Frec-ericksburg. . .1536, including an address to 
the RepnbHcans of Virginia. Fndiricksiurg: tki 
An -z. trinur. 1536. 17 p- :'. 

RD^rs ("^lUiam B[ar:on]}. Report of the 
geo ogical reconnoissance of the state of \liginia. . . 
Pk.ladiltkia : Desilzir, T'icm.iis c^ Co.. i5"6. 
143 (i) P^, r =5.D. 5\ (Virginia Public Works. 
Bd. oL) 

Sketch oi Western Virginia: for the use of 

British settlers in that countrv. Lcndcn: E. Bull. 
i537- ~-- - - Ii5- ^- p.. I map. 12'. 

Ne"w York State. — G-yvemor. Correspon- 
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Executive of Virginia, i 539—40. concerning the dis- 
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Military land — arrants. Report [on resolution re- 
lating to an appropriation of land to satisfy military 
bounty Land warrants]. To ace. bul H' R. 2S0. 
-\pril 4, 1:40. n. t. p. \_WaskinpcTi:'\ Blair <r- 
Eivis.prtrj.[i'ij^o\ 5 pp. S'. (26. Cong., I. sess. 
H. rpt. 317.1 

Ri'^oluticnary Claims, Co-mmitUi en. Vir- 
ginia revolutionary claims — bounty land and com- 
mutation pay. Report, .\pril 24, 1:40. n. t.-p. 
l^rasiingtoH .-"l Blair g" Rives, prtrs. [1S40] 
155 pp. a". (26. QxjQ%., I. sess. H. rpt. 456.) 

Pitili/: Lands, CommitUi en. Cadwallader 

^^a^ace. Report [on the petition of C. Wallace. 

praying compensation for lands in the Virginia mili- 
tary reservation appropriated by virtue of Virginia 

military land war rants and sold by the United 
States government]. May 25. 1S40. «. t.-p. 
\^}VaskiKrtjn, I Sao.] 20 pp. S°. (26. Cong., i. 
sess. H. rpt. =09.) 

Same. Feb. g, 1S42. [ Waskingtim, 1242.] 

3 pp. \z-. Cong., I. sess. H. rpt. iSg.) 

Same. T: ' S. no. 261. 10, 

1546. [iVaskiHg:: b' Hiiss,f^rtrs.\\%At'^ 

40 j^ (29. Cong.. :. jc;<. S. doc 435.) 

Same. To ace bill S. no. 54. Dec 2S, 

1546. \li~askingttm, 1547.] 4° PP- (29. Cong., 
2. sess. S. doc 20.) 

Same. To ace bill S. no. 44. Dec. 30, 

1547. \^lVaskingtifn, 1S4S.] 43 pp. (^30. Cong., 
I. sess. S. rpt. 10.) 

Virginia. Report of the progress of the geo- 
logical survey of the state for 1539; by W. B. 
RGGEB.S. [Imperfect?! Richmond, \i\o. 160 p., 
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Bayl|_e]y (Thomas Henry). Speech of Mr. 

Bayly of Accomack, on the bill to prevent citizens 
of Xew York from carrying slaves out of this com- 
monwealth, and to prevent the escape of persons 
charged with the commission of any crime, and in 
reply to Mr. Scott of Fauquier, delivered in the 
House of Delegates of Virginia, on the 25th and 
2cth of February, 1S41. Rickmcnd: Sk^pkerd and 
C'jlin. 1541. 35 pp. S°. 

Letter to his Excellency Wm. H. Se-;v2rd, 
Governor of the state of Xew York, touching the 
surrender of certain fugitives from justice. [Signed : 
By .\ Virginian, now a citizen of New York.] 
.Vir-s- Ycri: li'. Osbcrn, li\\. 100 pp. 5". 

Carter (St. Leger L.) Xngje, by Xngator: or 
Pieces in prose and verse. Baltimore: W::i: or' 
Cram. rSxx. iv. 5—215 pp. 16". 

United States. — Ways ar.d Means, CciKmitiee 
cf. Th;~i.5 Gree-. Report [submitting the memo- 
rial 01 T. Green, commissioner, on behalf of Vir- 
ginia, claiming payments for certain revolutionary 
services]. To ace bill H. R. no. 365. May 15, 
iSjj- n. t.-p. [ Washington:^ Blair ^ Rives, prtrs. 
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Green < Thomas 1. [Letter concerning the Vir- 
ginia military land, dated] Richmond, December, 
1:44. n. p. [1544?] S p. 4°. 

United States. — Public Lands, Cammittee on. 
Heirs c: Colo-el Archibald Loughery. Repor t 
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n. t.-p. \_Washington, 1S43.] 3 p. 5'. (30. 
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Tkorbam (Grant). Laurie Todd's notes on 
Virginia : with a chapter on puritans, witches and 
friends. Xi-j: Yc^k: the author, 1343. 36 p. S". 

United States. — Public Lands, Committie on. 

Cadwallader Wallace. Report [on bill for the relief 
of C. Wallace, proposing compensation for claims 
to lands in the Virginia military reservation.] To 
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\_Washingicn, 1549.] 14 p. 3'. (30. Cong., 2 
sess. H. rpt. Ii3.) 

Virginia claims. Statement [concerning the 
payment of Revolutionary debts], n. t.-p. n. p. 
[i§5-?J 12 p. 5^ 



History, 1S50-1857. 

Botts (John Minor). Speech at Powhatan 
Court House, Va., Jiine 15, 1S50. n. t.-p. 8°. 

Scott (Robert G.) Address on the state con- 
vention. Richmond \l%^6\. S°. 

Virginia. — Constitution. Constitution of Vir- 
ginia, 1650. (In: Poore (Benjamin Perley). The 
federal and state constitutions... of the United 
States. Washington, 1S7S. f°. p. 1919-1937.) 

Journal, acts and proceedings of a general 

convention of the State of Virginia, assembled at 
Richmond, on Monday, October 14, 1850. With 
appendix to the Journal: being a journalized ac- 
count of the proceedings in Committee of the 
Whole upon the basis of representation. Richmond: 
William C:tlley, 1850. v. p. 8°. 

Journal, with appendix, 424, 23 pp. (1850); Basis of Repre- 
sentation, and amendment, 82 pp. (n. d.); Bill of Rights of 
Va., 1776-1851, 5 p. (1S51); Constitution 1851, 40 pp. (1851). 

Same. Another issue. 

Journal, with appendix, 424, 23 pp. (1850); Basis of Repre- 
sentation, and amendments, 15, 5 pp. (n. d.); Bill of Rights of 
Va., 1776-1851, 5 pp. (1851); Constitution, 1851, 40 pp. (1851); 
Resolutions, Reports, Amendments, v. p. (n. d.) 

Documents containing Statistics of Virginia, 

ordered to be printed by the state convention sitting 
in the city of Richmond, 1S50-51. Richmond: 
William Culley, 1851. v. p. 8°. 

Contents : Statement showing the number of patents issued 
annually from the Virginia land office, from Jan. i, 1840, to 
Oct. 31. 1850, and the amount of acres of land patented. — State- 
ment of the number of persons paying taxes on land, slaves 
and other property, 1850. — Statement showing the values of 
the lands and lots in the counties and districts of Virginia, 
under the assessment of 1850. — Statement showing the amount 
paid out of the treasury in each year for convict slaves from 
1800 to 1850. — Statement of expenditures of the Commonwealth 
for the year ending Sept. 30, 1850, divided among the counties, 
cities and towns. — Statement of taxes assessed for each county, 
city and town, and the amount of each subject to taxation for 
the year 1850. — Table showing the amount of tax that would 
be payable by each county, city and town under the recent 
assessment of lands at the rate of taxation now prescribed by 
law. — Statement shewing the amount of taxes assessed for each 
county, city and town, for the years 1790, 1800, 1810, '20, '30, 
and '40. — Statement shewing the average value of lands per 
acre, for the years 1800, 1820, 1S40 and 1850. — Statement shew 
ing the value of all the real estate and personal property in each 
of the counties, cities and towns, taxed in 1849 and 1850. — Tables 
shewing the number of free white persons over the age of 
twenty years, in Virginia, who cannot read and write, the num- 
ber of free white, free colored and slave titheables in 1830, 
1840 and 1850. — Statement showing the number of white males 
and white females over twenty-one years of age, in Virginia. — 
Report of the second auditor in relation to the internal im- 
provements to which the state has contributed by subscrip- 
tions, loans and appropriations. — Statement shewing the ap- 
propriations made by the last General assembly to works of 
internal improvement. — Statement from the governor relative 
to the unfinished improvementsin which the state is interested. 
—Report of the second auditor in relation to the number of 
poor children sent to school, and the number of schools in the 
state, and what portion of the literarj- fund has been loaned 
to colleges, academies, &c. — Statement of the second auditor 
shewing the debt, liabilities and resources of Virginia, to 
April I, 1S51— Statement of causes pending in the Court of 
Appeals at Lewisburg, 22 Oct., 1850. — Statement of causes 
pending at the Court of Appeals at Richmond. — Abstracts 
from the reports of the clerks of the court of appeals and of 
the circuit superior courts of law and chancery for the years 
ending 30th August, 183S to 1840. — Statement of the number 
of justices of the peace in Virginia, from 1830. 

Revolutionary Claims, Committee on. Re- 
port on the subject of revolutionary claims [to 
bounty land], 1S51. n. p. [iSsi] 14 p. 8°. 
(Doc. 46.) 

(House Journal. Dec. Session. 

1S50-1. p. 174-1S3.) 

United States. — Public Lands, Committee on. 
Report [of the committee to whom was referred the 
petition of Cadwallader Wallace, being a state- 
ment of facts concerning Virginia military land 
bounties]. To ace. S. bill no. 401. April 28, 1852. 
n. t.-p. [IVashington, i8fi2.] 3 p. 8°. (32. Cong., 
I sess. S. rept. 205.) 

Petition of heirs of Ambrose Walden, for 

bounty land for revolutionary services of their an- 
cestors: Jan. 27, 1852. 12 p. (Jol. Sen., Jan. 
1852. Doc. 4.; 

•♦Gierke of Oxenforde." The blackwater 
chronicle: narrative of an expedition into the land 
of Canaan in Randolph county, Virginia. .. A'if a; 
i^orh: Redfield, 1853. 223 p., 2 pi. 12°. 

Douglass {Mrs. Margaret). Educational laws 
of Virginia. The personal narrative of Mrs. . . 
Douglass, a southern woman, who was imprisoned Norfolk, under the laws of Virginia, for 
. . . teaching free colored children to read. Boston: 
J. P. Jezi'ett er= Co., 1S54. 65 p. nar. 8°. 

Virginia. — Senate. Bill to incorporate the Vir- 
ginia Canal Company and to transfer the rights 
and franchises of the James River and Kanawha 
Company thereto, n. p. [1854?] 96 p. 8°. 

James River &' Kanawha Co. Committee. 

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Wise ([Henry Alexander]). Religious liberty. 
Equality of civil rights among native and natural- 
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Governor Wise's letter on Knownothingism, and 
his speech at Alexandria, n. p. [1854] 67 p. 8°. 

Caskie (James). Speech before the [Virginia] 
Senate committee on banks, Dec. 17, 1S55. Rich- 
mond, 1S56. 8°. 

Slaughter (Philip). The Virginian history of 
African colonization. Richmond: Alacfarlane dr" 
Ferguson, 1855. xx, 1 16 p. 4°. 

Hambleton (J. P.) A biographical sketch of 
Henry A. Wise, with a historj' of the political 
campaign in Virginia in 1S55... Richmojid, Va.: 
J. W. Randolph, 1856. xxxvi, 509 p., I port. 8°. 

Hopkins (S.) The youth of the Old Dominion. 
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Wise (John Sergeant). The end of an era. 
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474, I p. 8°. 

Wise (Barton Haxall). The life of Henry A. 
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Bisbie (D. T.) An appeal for the speedy com- 
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that of the great central water line of the Union, 
etc. Norfolk, 1857. map. 8°. 

Fitzhugh (G.) Cannibals all! or, Slaves with- 
out masters. Richmond, Va.: A. Morris, 1857. 
xxiii, 379 p. 12°. 

Virginia illustrated: containing a visit to the 
Virginian Canaan, and the adventures of Porte 



History, 1857-1861. 
Crayon and his cousins. Illustrated from draw- 
ings by Porte Crayon \i.e., David Hunter Strother]. 
Ne7v York: Harper &• Brothers, 1S57. 300 p. 
iilus. 8°. 

N^e^oYork: Harper &= Brothers, 1S71. 

300 p. illus. 8°. 

Beyer (Edward). Album of Virginia, or illus- 
tration of the old dominion, n. p., 1858. 40 pi. 
ob. f°. 

Ellet (C), jr. Report on the tariff for the 
Virginia Central R. R. \^Washington, D. C, 
1S5S] 38 p. 8°. 

Holcombe (James P.) An address delivered 
before the 7. annual meeting of the Virginia State 
Agricultural Society, Nov. 4, 1858. 21 p. J\ich- 
mo7id: Mac far lane is' Ferguson, 1858. 8°. 

Virginia. — Governor. A list of commission- 
ers [in other states, &c., appointed by the executive 
of \'irginia, and appearing to be in office on the 31. 
day of December, 1S57, with dates of appointment 
and residence of each commissioner]. «. t.-p. 
[185S] 7 p. 8°. 

Same. [Commissioners appointed during 

1858 and 1859.] n. p. [i860?] 8 p. 8°. (Doc. 
36. i860?) 

Moorman (J. J.) The Virginia springs and 
springs of the south and west. Philadelphia: J. 
B. Lippincott ^ Co., 1S59. .x.xvii, (i), 25-403 p., 

5 pi., 2 maps. 12°. 

Virginia. — Public Works Board. Letter of I. 
Robinson, state pro.xy in the Chesapeake and Ohio 
Canal, to the board of public works of Virginia, in 
reference to the policy of the Baltimore and Ohio 
railroad towards the canal. S^Martitishtirg, 1859.] 

6 p. 8°. 


" Barbarossa *^— pseud. ^/Captain J. Scott. 
The lost principle; or. The sectional equilibrium: 
how it was created — how destroyed — how it may 
be restored. Richmond. Va.: J.Woodhouse Ss' Co., 
1S60. viii, 9-266 p. 8°. 

Grigsby (H. B.) Discourse on the life and 
character of the Hon. Littleton Waller Tazewell. . . 
A^orfolk: J. D. Ghisclin, jr., 1S60. 124 p. 8°. 

Shriver (H.) Rain-fall ; average temperature 
... IVytheville, 1860-S6. n.t.-p. 3 p. 16°. 

Virginia. — Auditor s Ojftcc. Tables showing 
the population of th^ several districts of the state 
of Virginia, as returned by the eighth census, i860. 
And the federal numbers of the counties. [ IVheel- 
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Son, 1906. 6 f., I diag., 4 tab. f°. (Engineering 
Standard Committee: Interim report, no. 27.) 

Ries (Heinrich). Clays: their occurrence, prop- 
erties, and uses. With especial reference to those 
of the United States. New York: J. Wiley ^ Sons, 
1906. xvi, 490 p., 46 pi. 8°. 

Rose (Joseph II.) Modern sheet-metal workers' 
instructor. Chicago: F. J. Drake &' Co., 1906. 
309 p. illus. 12°. 

Ryba (Gustav). Die elektrischen Signalvor- 
richtungen der Bergwerke.J Briix: A.Ktinz, igo6. 
x, 16S p. illus. 8°. 

Schmiedel (Ottomar). Die Statik der statisch 
bestimmten I'.riickentrager. Elementares Lehrbuch 
. . . Mit 202 Figuren. Berlin: W. (^ S. Loewen- 
thai [iqob]. 2 p.l., 158 p. 4^. 

Sedlacek (.■\lfred). Chemisch-technische Re- 
zepte und Notizen fiir die Zahnpraxie. Wien: A. 
FlartUben, 1907. viii, 397 p. 2. ed. 12°. (Ilart- 
leben's Chemisch-technische I'ibliothek. I'd. 299.) 

Seemann (Alfred). Die MuUerschen Schieber- 
diagramme fi'ir Steuerungen ortfester Dampf- 
maschinen. Mit 12 1 Textfiguren...[etc.] Miinchen: 
T. Ackermann, l()ob. viii, 192 p., 7 diag. 2. ed. 4°. 

Seufert (Franz). Anleitung zur Durchftihrung 
von Versuchen an Dampfmaschinen und Dampf- 
kesseln. Berlin: J. Springer, igo6. vi, 63 p. 8°. 

Simmersbach (Oskar). Die Eisenindustrie. 
Leipzig: B. G. 7 eubner, 1906. x, 322 p. 8°. (Teub- 
ner's Handblicher fiir Handel und Gewerbe.) 

Simple cookery. Part I., Tasty dishes; Part II., 
More tasty dishes. Over 500 tested receipts. Lon- 
don: J. Clarke &= Co. [1906] 5 p.l., 156 p. 12°. 

Smith (Watson). The chemistry of hat manu- 
facturing. Lectures delivered before the Hat 
Manufacturers' Association. Revised and ed. by 
A. Shonk. With. .. illustrations. London: Scott, 
Greemvood ^^ Son, 1 906. vii, 124 p. 12°. 

Stroehl (Hugo Gerard). Japanisches Wappen- 
buch " Nihon moncho." Ein Handbuch fiir Kunst- 
gewerbetreibende und Sammler. IVien: A. Schroll 
6^ Co., 1906. ix (i), 250 p., I map, 12 pi. illus. 8". 

Table Talk's illustrated cook book, by Table 
Talk Publishing Co. Philadelphia [1906]. 144 p. 
sq. 12°. 

Technological (A) and scientific dictionary. 
Edited by G. F. Goodchild. . .and C. F. Tweney. 
London: G. Neivnes [1906]. viii, 875 p. illus. 8°. 

Thomas (John Jacob). The American fruit 
culturist, containing practical directions for the 
propagation and culture of all fruits adapted to the 
United States. Twenty-first edition, revised and 
enlarged by W. H. S. Wood. NewYork: O. Judd 
Co., 1906. xvii, 823 p. illus. 8°. 

Thomson (Helen Mar). Monarch cook book: 
kitchen-tested recipes for every-day use. Beaver 
Dam, Wis.: Malleable Iron Range Co. [1906] 
143 P- 12°. 

Thresh (John Clough), and A. E. Porter. 
Preservatives in food and food examination. Phila- 
delphia : P. Blakiston's Son &= Co., 1906. xv, 
4S4 p. illus. 8°. 

Uttley (T. W.) Cotton spinning and 
manufacturing in the United States of America. 
A report to the Electors to the Gartside Scholar- 
ships on the results of a tour of the American cot- 
ton manufacturing centres made in the winter of 
1903, and spring of 1904. Manchester : the Uni- 
versity Press, 1905. xii, I 1., 69 p., I 1. 8 . 
(Victoria Univ., Manchester, Eng. Pub. no. 8.) 

Varenne (E.) L'alcool denature. Paris: 
Gauthier ■ Fillars [igo6]. i68p.,il. 12°. (Encyc. 
sci. d. aide-memoire. Sec. de I'ingenieur.) 



Venable (William Mayo). Garbage crema- 
tories in America. A^eivYork : J. Wiley ^ Sons, 
1906. X, 200 p., I pi. illus. 8°. 

Vieth (Adolph). Eisengiesserei. Die Formerei. 
Mit. . . Abbildungen. Bremen: G. Winter, 1906. 
121 p. 12°. 

Watson (Thomas L.), (7«(/(7///^rj. The build- 
inj^ and ornamental stones of North Carolina. By 
Thomas L. Watson and Francis B. Laney.with the 
collaboration of George P. Merrill. Raleigh : 
E. M. Uzzell, 1906. xix, 283 p., 3 maps, 29 pi. 
4°. (N. C. Geological Survey. Bull. no. 2.) 

Webb (Walter Loring). The economics of 
railroad construction. A^ew York: John Wiley <&^ 
Sons, 1906. viii, 339 p. 8°. 

Weigel (Robert). Konstruktion und Berech- 
nung elektrischer Maschinen und Apparate. Er- 
lautert durch Beispiele mit. . .Abbildungen. . . 
Konstruktionstafeln, und Kurventafeln. Leipzig: 
Ilaehmeister dr" Thai, 1906. 4 p.l., 267 p., 30 
diagr. f°. (Handbuch der Starkstromtechnik. 
Bd. \.) 

Wichelhaus (Karl Hermann). Vorlesungen 
fiber chemische Technologic. Mit... in den Text 
gedruckten Abbildungen. Berlin : G. Siemens, 
1906. vi, I 1., 836 p. 2. ed. 8°. 

Woodward (James T.) A statistical analysis 
of the operations of the Pennsylvania Railroad 
Company, years ending Dec. 31st, 1899-1904, incl. 
Comp. by J. T. Woodward. A'exv York: O. C. 
Le'i'is (Sr' Co., 1905. 2 p.l., 857 p. ob. 16°. 

Wright (F. B.) A practical handbook of the 
distillation of alcohol, from farm products . . . with 
chapters on alcoholometry and the denaturing of 
alcohol. A^e7ii York: Spoti d:' Chamberlain, 1906. 
vii, (i), 194 p. 12°. 

Zeda (Umberto). Electric bells, indicators, and 
aerial lines. . .Translated from the original Italian 
and revised by S. R. Bottone. . .(Authorized ed.) 
London: G. Pittnan, 1906. xv, 17-120 p. illus. 

Zipkes (S.) Die Scher- und Schubfestigkeit 
des Eisenbetons. Berlin: W. Erjtst 6^ Sohn, 
1906. 42 p. 8°. 

Zryd (J.)_ Cours progressif de stenographic. 
(Systeme Prevost-Delaunay) Theorie, Exemples, 
Exercices d'ecriture et de lecture, Conseils pra- 
tiques. Paris: H. Dunod et E. Pina, if^oi). 2 p.l., 
198 p. 12°. 

Military and Naval Art and Science. 

Bourgain (G.) Le monde en images. Le 
marin, franyais. Paris: LJ. Laurens \i'$>i)iy\. 4I., 
32 pi. illus. f°. 

Proudfit Collection. 

Causa instruida contra el General I-eonardo 
Marquez por graves delitos del orden militar, pub- 
licase por primera vez. Mexico : Vda. de Ch. 
Bourel, igo6. viii, 288 p., 2 1. 12'. (Documen- 
tos ineditos 6 muy raros para la historia de Mexico. 
T. 8.) 

Clo'wes (Sir William Laird). Four modern 
naval campaigns; historical, strategical, and tacti- 
cal. London: Hutchinson dr" Co., 1906. 2 p.l., 
v-ix, 244 p., 16 maps. 16°. (Hutchinson's popu- 
lar classics.) 

Daveluy (Rene). Les leyons de la guerre 
russo-japonaise. La lutte pour I'empire de la mer. 
Expose et critique. Paris: A. Challamel, 1906. 
viii, 231 p., 3 maps. 8°. 

Davis (Charles Gerard). How to design a 
yacht. A'ew York: The Rudder Pub. Co., 1906. 
loS p. illus. 4°. 

Harbeck (Charles T.) A contribution to the 
bibliography of the history of the United States 
navy. Comp. by Charles T. Harbeck [assisted by 
Agnes O. Doyle and Axel F. C. M. Moth]. Cam- 
bridge: Riverside Press, K^od. viii, 247, (i) p. 4°. 

Haydon (A. L.) The book of the V. C. A 
record of the deeds of heroism for which the Vic- 
toria Cross has been bestowed, from its institution 
in 1857 to the present time. Compiled from offi- 
cial papers, and other authentic sources, by A. L. 
Haydon. L^ondon: A. Melrose, 1906. xii,294p., 
10 pi. 12°. 

Kalinowski (Walter Erdmann von). Das 
Bekleidungswesen unserer Armee und die Anforde- 
rungen an eine kriegsbrauchbare Fussbekleidung, 
von v. Kalinowski, Oberst und Vorstand des Be- 
kleidungsamts III. Armeekorps. Berlin: Verlag 
der Liebelschen Buchhandlnng, 1906. 36 p. 12°. 

McKee (James Harvey). Back " in war times." 
History of the 144th regiment, New York volun- 
teer infantry. [^Unadilla, A'. }'..■] H. E. Bailey, 
1903. 378 p., 5 maps, 31 pi., 2 port. S^. 

Slayo (John Horsley). Medals and decorations 
of the British army and navy. Westminster: A. 
Co}istable &' Co., 1897. 2 v. plates. 4°. 

Robinson (Richard Hallett Meredith). Naval 
construction, prepared for the use of the midship- 
men of the United States Naval Academy. An- 
7iapolis, Md. : The United States Naval Institute, 
1906. vi, I 1., 285 p., 19 pL, 2 tab. illus. 8°. 

Roe (Alfred Seelye). The Ninth New York 
heavy artillery. A history of its organization, ser- 
vices in the defenses of Washington. . .and a com- 
plete roster of the regiment. Worcester, Mass.: 
The author, 1899. 615 p., 35 pi., Ti port. 8°. 

Salas (Javier de). Acciones navales modernas 
(1855-1900). Compendio historico con 18 pianos. 
Madrid: Imp. Aleman, 1903. vi, 7-248 p., i 1. 8% 

Tesdorpf (A.) Ernstes und Ileiteres aus 
bewegten Lebenserinnerungen eines alteren See- 
offiziers. Kulturbilder iilterer Marine-Zeiten. Das 
Einst und Jetzt. A^eustrelitz: H. Bohl, 1906. 
259 p. 8\ 

Weaver (Erasmus Morgan). Notes on mili- 
tary explosives. New York : J. Wiley er" Sons, 
1906. ix, 311 p. 8°. 

Wislicenus(Georg). Unsre Kriegsflotte. Dem 
deutschen Volke in Wort und Bild dargestellt unter 
Mitwirkung der Marinemaler Carl Saltzmann, 
Friedrich Schwinge, Willy Stovver. Leipzig: F. A. 
Brockhaus, 1S96. 5 p.l,, 40 p., 20 pi. 2. ed. f°. 

Zeltz (Roderich). Handbuch der Nautik. Leip- 
zig: J. J. Weber, 1906. xi, 306 p. illus. 16°. 
(Weber's illustrierte Ilandbiicher. Bd. 257.) 

Zimmermann (Waldemar). Arbeiter und 
Flotte. Fine StUdie iiber .Seewirtschaft, Weltpoli- 
tik und Arbeiterpolitik. Berlin: Dentscher Verlag, 
1906. 2 p.l., 144 p. 8°. 




Abbot (Francis Ellingwood). The syllogistic 
philosophy, or Prolegomena to science. Boston: 
Little, Bro-vn ^ Co., 1906. 2 v. S°. 

Baldwin (James Mark). Thought and things. 
A study of the development and meaning of 
thought; or, Genetic logic, v. i. London: Swan, 
Sonnenschein tSr" Co., igo6. 8°. (Library of phi- 
losophy. ) 
V. I. Functional logic; or, Genetic theory of knowledge. 

Benn (Alfred William). The history of English 
rationalism in the nineteenth century. London: 
Longmans, Green ^ Co., 1906. 2 v. S°. 

Dietzgen (Joseph). The positive outcome of 
philosophy: The nature of human brain work. 
Letters on logic. The positive outcome of philoso- 
phy. Translated by Ernest Untermann. With an 
introduction by. ..Anton Pannekoek. . .Edited by 
Eugene Dietzgenand Joseph Dietzgen, jr. Chicago: 
C. LI. Keer dr^ Co., 1906. I p.l., v-vi,7-444p. 12°. 

Eisler (Rudolf). Leib und Seele. Darstellung 
und Kritik der neueren Theorien des Verhaltnisses 
zwischen physischem und psychischem Dasein. 
Leipzig: J. A. Barth, 1906. vi, 217 p. 8°. Na- 
tur- und Kulturphilosophie Bibliothek. Bd. 4.) 

Fullerton (George Stuart). An introduction 
to philosophy. New York: The Macmillan Co., 
1906. xiii, 322 p. 8°. 

Hyslop (James Hervey). Borderland of 
psychical research. Bostoti: H. B. Turner ^ Co., 
1906. viii, I i., 425 p. S°. 

King (Irving). The psychology of child devel- 
opment. With an introduction by John Dewey. 
Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1906. 
3 p.l., v, xxi, 265 p. 2. ed. 12°. 

Marie (A.) Mysticisme et folic. (Etude de 
psychologic normale et pathologique comparees.) 
Paris: V. Giard &^ E. Briere, 1907. xi, 342 p., 
I 1. illus. 8°. (Etudes economiques et sociales. 
V. 2.) 

Nayrac (Jean-Paul). Physiologie et psycho- 
logic de I'attention: evolution, dissolution, reedu- 
cation. ..Preface de T. Ribot. Paris: F. Alcan, 
1906. 2 p.l, xi, 224 p. 8". 

Meyer (Theodor). Institutiones iuris naturalis 
seu philosophic moralis universae secundum pri'n- 
cipia S. Thomae Aquinatis. ..Pars i. Friburgi 
Brisgovice: Sumptibus Herder, 1906. 2. ed. 8°. 
(Philosophia Lacensis. lus naturale. Pars i. 
2. ed.) 


Alston (Leonard). Stoic and Christian in the 
second century. A comparison of the ethical 
teaching of Marcus Aurelius, with that of con- 
temporary and antecedent Christianity. London : 
Longmans, Green er" Co., I906. ix, 146 p., i 1. 

Anw^yl (Edward). Celtic religion in pre- 
Christian times. London: A. Constable ^ Co., 
1906. 4 p.l., 69, (i) p. 12°. (Religions, ancient 
and modern.) 

Barnett (Lionel D.) Hinduism. London: 
A. Constable S^ Co., Ltd., 1906. vi, 66 p., i 1. 
12°. (Religions: Ancient and modern.) 

Bierer (Everard). The evolution of religions. 
NeivYork : G. P. Pittnajn's Sons, 1906. xv, i 1., 

385 p. s°. 

Church federation. Inter-church conference 
on federation. New York, November 15-21, 1905. 
Edited by E. B. Sanford, D.D. .iVe7u York: 
F. LI. Revell Co. [1906.] xv, r 1., 9-691 p., 
21 pi. 8°. 

Churchill (Charles Henry). The Druzes and 
the Maronites under the Turkish rule. From 1840 
to i860. London: B. Quaritch, 1862. viii, 300 p. 

This is a continuation of the author's " Mount Lebanon," 
and contains an index to both works. 

Conybeare (Frederick Cornwallis). Ritualc 
Armenorum, being the administration of the sacra- 
ments and the breviary rites of the Armenian 
church, together with the Greek rites of baptism 
and epiphany. Ed. from the oldest mss. by F. C. 
Conybeare. . .and The East Syrian epiphany rites. 
Translated by. . .A. J. Maclean. Oxford: The 
Clarendon Press, 1905. xxxv, 536 p., i fac-sim. 

Debidour (Antonin). L'eglisc catholique et 
I'etat, sous la troisieme republique (1870-1906). 
Tome I (1870-1889). Paris : F. Alcan, 1906. 

Dole (Charles Fletcher). The hope of immor- 
tality; our reasons for it. Nezv York: T. Y. 
Crotuell dr" Co. [1906.] 2 p.l., iii-x, 61 p. 12°. 
(The IngersoU lecture, 1906.) 

Frazer (James George). Adonis, Attis, Osiris. 
Studies in the history of oriental religion. London: 
Alacmillan df Co., Ltd., igo6. xvi, 339 p. 8°. 

Hoensbroech (Paul Kajas von), Graf. Mo- 
derner Staat und romische Kirche. . . Ein kirchen- 
politischcs Programm auf geschichtlicher Grund- 
lage. Berlin : C. A. Schwetschke Ss' Sohn, 1906. 
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ToiiUMB XI • Number 4 

Report for IVIarch 

List of "Works relating to Virginia (Conclusion) 

Principal Accessions en March 

Principal Donors in March 







William W. Appleton. 

John Bigelow. 

John L. Cadwalader. 

Andrew Carnegie. 

Cleveland H, Dodge. 

John Murphy Farley. 

Samuel Greenbaum. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. 

John S. Kennedy. 

Edward King. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. 

Alexander Maitland. 
J. Pierpont Morgan. 
Morgan J. O'Brien. 
Stephen H. Olin. 
Alexander E. Orr. 
Henry C. Potter. 
George L. Rives. 
Charles Rowland Russell. 
Edward W. Sheldon. 
George W. Smith. 
Frederick Sturges. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Herman A. Metz, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
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51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

59th Street, 113 East. Near Le.xington Avenue. 

67th Street, 328 East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

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Vol. XI. 

April, 1907. 

No. 4. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of March there were received at the Library by purchase, 
1,291 volumes and 409 pamphlets; by gift, 5,257 volumes and 3,656 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 72 volumes and 3,830 pamphlets, making a total of 6,620 vol- 
umes and 7,895 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 4,024 volumes and 1,802 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 8,667, ^^id of slips for the copying machine 2,065 ! from the latter were 
received 12,959 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox during the month: 







No. of readers and visitors 












No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 
plicants. . 

Daily average of readers 

No. of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Ibsen's Plays, 
Clemens' "Christian Science," Gasquet's "Lord Acton and his circle"; (adult 
fiction): Chambers's "Fighting Chance," Harrison's "The Far Horizon," Klein's 
"The Lion and the Mouse"; (juvenile fiction): Alcott's " Little Women," Bar- 
bour's " Crimson Sweater," Aldrich's " Story of a bad boy." 





East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Rivington Street, 61 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue 

140th Street and Alexander Avenue. . 

176th Street and Washington Avenue 

Kingsbridge Avenue, 2933 


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The most important gift of the month consisted of 332 volumes from the 
Honorable Elihu Root, Secretary of State, being a collection of reports, orders, 
statutes, translations of Spanish laws and documents, official opinions, decisions 
circulars, etc., printed in the course of the military government of Porto Rico 
Cuba, and the Philippine Islands, and of the civil government of the Philippine 
Islands, together with some volumes relating to kindred subjects, such as the 
China Relief Expedition of 1900, and various features of the War with Spain, the 
annexation of the Hawaiian Islands, and our insular policy and affairs. 

Other gifts were from : Lord Amherst of Hackney, " A hand-list of a collection 
of books and MSS. belonging to the Right Hon. Lord Amherst of Hackney," 
compiled by Seymour de Ricci, Cambridge, 1906 (privately printed) ; from the 
British Museum, 3 volumes of catalogues, including Barclay V. Head's " Catalogue 
of the Greek Coins of Phrygia," London, 1906, J. F. Blumhardt's "Catalogue of 
the Marathi Guajarati, Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Pushtu and Sindhi MSS., 
London, 1905, and G. K. Fortescue's "Subject Index of the Modern Works 
added," 1901-1905, London, 1906; from Loys Delteil, a copy of his " Le peintre 
graveur illustre, XIX et XX siecles. Tome 2 : Charles Meryon," Paris, 1907 ; from 
the Frankfurter Zeitung, i volume and 2 pamphlets, including the " Geschichte 
der Frankfurter Zeitung 1856 bis 1906," Frankfurt a. M., 1906; from George A. 
Lucas, a copy of "Manet, graveur et lithographic, par Etienne Moreau-Nelaton," 
(No. 4 of 20 copies printed); from the American Ambassador to Mexico, a set of 
plans, with a descriptive album, relating to the General Hospital of Mexico, 
Mexico, 1905; from Charles B. Meyer, 48 volumes relating to railways in New 
York State; from the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First 
Judicial Department, 4,000 volumes and 2,000 pamphlets, a collection of briefs 
from 1900 to 1906; from Nicholas Wapler, 44 volumes of the " Illustrirte Zeitung," 
Leipzig, covering the period from 1884 to 1905; from Arthur Sandys, his 
"Annals of de Normandie as preserved in documents, notes, private papers, 
public records, the writings of old authors and the registers of the City of 
Geneva," Cambridge, 1901, one of fifty copies printed; from T. Jefferson Coolidge 
his "Autobiography," privately printed at Boston in 1902; and from Horace Hart 
of the Oxford University Press his " Notes on a Century of Typography at the 
University Press, Oxford, 1693-1794," printed in an edition of 150 copies in 1905. 
Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
circulation branches were as follows: East Broadway, Birds, Birthdays of cele- 
brated men and women. Books on Japan, John Fiske, Music and musicians, Sir 
Edwin Landseer; Rivington Street, Indoor games. Sea stories, Roumania; 
Hudson Park, Lakes of New York and the Erie Canal, Niagara Falls, New Eng- 
land States, Cats, Ireland, Knights of the Round Table; Bond Street, Folk 
Songs, Central Africa, Picturesque New Zealand, New York Harbor, Education, 
Battle of Gettysburg, Spectrum analysis and the stars, Color photo, Optics of 
painting; Ottendorfer, Japan, Animal stories, John Milton; Tompkins Square, 
Alice in Wonderland, Lists of books in connection with public lectures, Panama; 
Muhlenberg, Modern Government, Julius Caesar, Lafayette, Pilgrims; George 
Bruce, Wild animals. Country life; 67TH Street, The baby. Circus books. Pic- 
ture books. Birds, Animals; Riverside, Country homes, Playtime, Henry W. 



Longfellow, Indians, Telephone engineering; Webster, Japanese, Birds, Plants; 
YoRKviLLE, Sea yarns; 96TH Street, Abraham Lincoln, Cotton, Puritans in Eng- 
land, New York in Colonial times, Oliver Cromwell, Paradise Lost and its author* 
Holy Grail, House of Commons, New Amsterdam ; Bloo.mingdale, Dante, 
Minerals, School stories. Lists for grade work in public schools; Aguilar, Japan, 
Mexico, West Indies, Ireland, European travel. Travel in the North West; 125TH 
Street, Indoor games, Mexico, Good books, Country homes; Mott Haven, 
New Amsterdam, Pilgrims, Children of Holland; Tremont, Evolution of kind- 
ness. Impressment of American seamen, Jamestown celebration, the Pirate, 
Snakes, Solar system; Port Richmond, The drama, Gardening; Tottenville, 
Staten Island birds. 

In addition there were bulletins on Easter at twelve branches, on Thomas B. 
Aldrich at six branches, on new books at five, on Spring at four, on the opera at 
three, on St. Patrick's day at three, on music at three, and on the Chinese Empire 
at two branches. 

At the Lenox Branch, a tenth exhibition of the work of American artists was 
opened on March 2d. This exhibit comprises a selection from recent accessions 
of work by contemporary artists, and serves to call attention to the extensive 
collection of the work of these various artists in the print room. 

At the Astor Branch, the exhibition of Martin's " Oriental carpets " was 
continued, and Smith's " Venice of to-day " was replaced on March 9th by plates 
from Champier's " Les anciens almanachs illustre." 



Part III. 



Boogher (William Fletcher). Gleanings of 
Virginia history. An historical and genealogical 
collection, largely from original sources. Compiled 
and published by W. F. Boogher. Washington, 
1903. viii, 442 p., I 1. 8°. 

[Genealogical notes and queries from the 
Louisville (Ky.) Courier Journal, 1896.] i p.l., 
150 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings. 

[Genealogical notes and queries, from the 
Richmond, Va., 0-///,r, 1S88-89.] 66 (11) p. 8°. 
Mounted clippings. 

Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies. A 
genealogy of the Glassell family of Scotland and 
Virginia; also of the families of Ball, Brown, Bryan, 
Conway, Daniel, Ewell, HoUaday, Lewis, Little- 
page, Moncure, Peyton, Robinson, Scott, Taylor, 
Wallace, and others of Virginia and Maryland. 
Wilkesbarre, Pa.: [E. B. Yordy, printer^ 1891. 
xviii, 759 p., 12 port. 4°. 

Inscriptions from Tombstones in the counties 
of King and Queen, Westmoreland, Hanover, and 
Albemarle (Va.), with an account of Henry Turner 
and his family. (William and Mary College 
Quarterly, v. g, p. 168.) 

Mcllhany (Hugh Milton). Some Virginia 
families, being genealogies of the Kinney, Stribling, 
Trout, Mcllhany, Milton, Rogers, Tate, Snickers, 
Taylor, McCormick, and other families of Virginia. 
Stautttoti; Va.: Stoneburner S^ Prufer, 1903. 4 
p.l., 274 p., 23 port. 8°. 

Meade (William). Old churches, ministers and 
families of Virginia. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott 
b' Co., 1857. 2 V. port., pi. 8°. 

Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1872. 2 v. 

port., pi. 8°. 

Philadelphia: Lippincott 1878. 2 v. 

port., pi. 8°. 

Toner (J. AL) Index to names of persons and 
churches in Bishop Meade's Old Churches, ministers 
and families of Virginia, revised by H. A. Morrison. 

Washington: Southern History Association, 1898. 
63 p. 8°. 

Personal notices from the Virginia Gazette in 
the year 1772. (In : William and Mary College 
Quarterly Histl. Magazine. Vol, 9, p. 239-240. 

Van Meter (Benjamin F.) Genealogies and 
sketches of some old families who have taken promi- 
nent part in the development of Virginia and Ken- 
tucky especially, and . . . other states . . . Louisville: 
J. P. Morton 6^ Co., 1901. v, 3-183 p., i pi., 19 
port. 8°. 

Watson (Annah Robinson). Some notable 
families of America [Taylor, Allerton, Willoughby, 
Brewster, Thompson, Madison, Lee, Strother, 
Warner, Reade, Lewis, Meriwether, Walker, 
Maury, Thornton, Hornsby]. New York : [/. J. 
Little dr' Co.] 1898. xiv, no p., 12 pi., 4 port. 

Whitington (L.), and H. F. Waters. Vir- 
ginia gleanings in England. (Va. Mag. of Hist, 
and Biog., vol. 10, p. 405-414; v. 11, p 68-79, 
144-155, 305-317. 358-369; V. 12, p. 83-92, 170- 
180, 297-310, 396-406; V. 13, p. 53-64, 191-205, 
303-312, 402-409; vol. 14, p. 82-89. 1903-06.) 

Worthington (M. B.) Virginia genealogy. 
List of the old parish registers and vestry books in 
the Library of the Theological Seminary, Fairfax 
County, Va. Manuscript. 1902. 3 1. 8°. 

Individual families. 

Adams. Genealogy of the Adams family of 
New Kent and Henrico Counties, Va. (In: Will- 
iam and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 
5, p. 159-165. 1897.) 

Alexander family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. 
Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 8, p. 262-263; vol. 9, p. 
54-55, 252-254; vol. 10, p. 63-66, 132-140, 178- 
185; vol. II, p. 60-66, 115-121, 247-251. 1900-03.) 

Allerton. Allertons of New England and Vir- 
ginia. By Isaac J. Greenwood. [Boston, 1890.] 
6 p., I 1. 8°. 
Repr. from New Eng. Hist, and Gen. Reg., vol. 44. 1890. 

Ambler. Ambler family. Richmond, 1889. 8 p. 
Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Jan. 20, i88g. 

Ammonet. Jacob Ammonet, of Virginia, and a 
part of his descendants. By Clifton Wood Brans- 
ford. (In: Southern Hist. Ass'n, Pub'ns, vol. 3, 
p. 35-40. 1899.) 

Armistead. Armistead family. (In : William 
and Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., vol. 6, 
P- 31-33. 97-102, 164-171, 226-234; vol. 7, p. 17- 
24, 181-186; vol. 14, p. 282-285. 1897-1906.) 

Ball. The maternal ancestry and nearest of 
kin of Washington. [Ball family.] A monograph. 
Washington, 1885. 28 p., 8 p. 8°. 

Ball of Virginia. (In : Hayden (H. E.) 

Virginia genealogies. . . Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1891. 
p. 45-I44-) 




Genealogies, cont'd. 

Barksdale. Genealogy of part of the Barks- 
dale family of America. By Sarah Donelson 
Hubert. Atlanta, Ga.: Franklin Print. Co., 1895. 
46 p. 8°. 

With ms. notes and corrections by the author. 

Beckley. See Bicki.ey. 

Berkeley. Berkeley family. Richmond, i%()0. 
I p.l., 6 p. 8°. 

Clippings, mounted, from the Richmond Critic, vol. 3, p. 
64, Dec. 6, 1890. 

Bernard. Bernard family. (In: Wm. and 
Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 62-64, 
181-187. 1896-97.) 

Beverley. Major Robert Beverley and his de- 
scendants. By W. G. Stenard. (In : Va. Mag. 
of Hist, and Biog. , vol. 2, p. 405-413 ; vol. 3, 
p. 47-52, 169-176, 261-271, 383-392. 1895-1896.) 

Bickley. Bickley or Beckley family. By Wil- 
liam Bledwyn Powell. (In: Wm. and Mary Col- 
lege Quarterly Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 28-30, 1:4- 
127. 1896.) 

Bland. Bland family of Virginia. Richmond, 
1888. I p.l., 14 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, July 9, 1888. 

BoLLiNG. A memoir of a portion of the Bol" 
ling family in England and Virginia. . . By Robert 
Boiling. Kichmofid, Va. : IV. H. Wade (Sr» Co.. 
1868. ix, 68 p., 2 pi., 16 port. 8°. (Wynne's 
Hist. Documents from the Old Dominion, no. 4.) 

Booker. The Booker family. (In: Va. Mag. 
of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 94-100, 208-209, 
322-324, 429-432. 1B99-1900.) 

Bowie. The Bowies and their kindred. A 
genealogical and biographical history. By Walter 
Worthington Bowie. Washington: Cromwell Bros., 
1899. xix, 21-523 p., I port. 8^. 

Branch. The Branch family. Richmond, 18S9. 
I p.l., 6 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 1, 

Branner. Outline of the genealogy of the 
first four generations of the Branner family in Vir- 
ginia. By John Caspar Branner. \^New Market, 
Va., 1904.] Broadside. f°. 

Repr.: Shenandoah Valley, Dec. i, 1894. 

Brent. The Brent family, Richmond, 18S9. 
I p.l., 13 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, March 17, 

The Brent family. By W. B. Chilton. (In: 

Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 12, p. 439-445; 
vol. 13, p. 105-112, 219-222, 318-324, 435-441. 

Brodnax. Brodnax family. (In : Wm. and 
Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., vol. 14, p. 52-59, 
135-138. 1905.) 

Brooke. The Brooke family of Virginia. By 
St. George Tucker Brooke. (In : Va. Mag. of 
Hist, and Biog., vol. 9, p. 314-31S, 435-438; vol. 
10, p. 87-90, 197-199, 301-304, 443-445; vol. II, p. 
93-95. 200-203, 445-447; vol. 12, p. 102-108, 216- 
219, 321-325; vol. 13, p. 100-104, 223-224, 445- 
447. 1901-06.) 

Bkoun. The Broun family and their kindred. 
By Thomas L. Broun. Richmond, 1905. 2 1. f°. 

Rep. from " The Times-Dispatch, Richmond," Feb. u, 

Brown. Brown, of Scotland and Maryland 
[also Virginia]. (In: Ilayden (H. E.) Virginia 
gQr\Qdi\og\QS. .. Wilkes-Barre, 1891. p. 145-200.) 

Bruce. Bruce family. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, 
and Biog., vol. 11, p. 197-200, 328-332, 441-442; 
vol. 12, p. 93-96, 446-453. 1903-05.) 

Buckner. The Buckner family. Richmond, 
1890. I p.l., 12 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, June-July, 

Reminiscences of the Buckner family. By 

Mrs. Priscilla Aylette Reardon. Compiled, en- 
larged and edited by Katherine Edmondson Tuley. 
n. p. [1901.] 44 p. 12°. 

BuFORD. A genealogy of the Buford family in 
America. With records of a number of allied 
families. By Marcus Bainbridge Buford. San 
Francisco, 1903. 409 p., i pi., 28 port. 8°. 

Bush. The Bush family. (In : Quisenberry 
(A. C.) Genealogical memoranda of the Quisen- 
berry family. . . 1897, p. 77-95.) 

Byrd. The Byrd family of Virginia. Richmond, 
1888. I p.l., 8 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Dec. 16, 
1888, etc. 

Byrd, of Westover, Virginia. Copy of en- 
tries in the old family Bible in the possession of 
Miss Mary Armistead Byrd of Winchester, Va. , 
with letters, data, etc. n. p., n. d. 16 1. 4°. 

The Westover estate. New York, 1S71. 

801-810 p. 8°. 

Ext. from Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 42, May, 

Cabell. The Cabells and their kin. A memorial 
volume of history, biography, and genealogy. By 
Alexander Brown. Cambridge, Mass.: the River- 
side Press, Houghton, Mifflin <Sr Co., 1895. xvii, 
641 p., 4 pi., 33 port. 8°. 

Calthorpe. The Calthorpes. By Lyon G. 
Tyler. (In: Wm. and Mary College Quarterly 
Hist. Papers, Vol. 2, p. 106-112, 1 60-1 68. 1893- 

Camm. Descendants of John Camm, president 
of William and Mary College. By Lyon Gardiner 
Tyler. (In : Wm. and Mary Coll. Quarterly Hist. 
Mag., Vol. 4, p. 61-62, 275-278. 1895-1896.) 

Carr. The Carr family records. Embracing 
the record of the first families who settled in America 
and their descendants, with many branches who 
came to this country at a later date. By Edson I. 
Carr. Rockton, III.: Herald Print Hou^e, 1894. 
540 p., I pi. 8°. 

The Carr family. By G. C. Brodhead. (In: 

Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 3, p. 208-217. 

Carter. The Carter family tree. By R. R. 
Carter. {^Richmond, Va. : printed by G. M. West 
Co.,'\ cop. by Mrs. M. C. Oliver, 1897. 40x40 
in. f°. 

The Carter family of Virginia. Richmond, 

1888. I p.l., 21 p. 8°. 

Repr. from the Richmond Critic, June i8-Ju!y a, 1888. 

The Carters of Virginia. (In: Glenn (T. A.) 

Some colonial mansions, Vol. i, p. 217-294. 1898.) 



Genealogies, cont'd. 

Gary. The Gary family of Virginia. Richmond, 
1890. I p.l., 12 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Apr. 26, 
1890, etc. 

Wilson Gary of Ceelys, and his family. By 

Wilson Miles Gary. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and 
Biog. , Vol. 9, p. 104-111. 1901.) 

Ghappell. a genealogical history of the Ghap- 
pell, Dickie, and other kindred families of Virginia. 
1635-1900. By Philip E. Ghappell. Kansas City, 
Mo.: Hiidson-Kimberly Pub. Co., I goo. I p.l., 
382 p., I map, 5 pi., 13 port. 8°. 

The Ghappell family. By Philip E. Ghap- 
pell. (In : Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 3, 
p. 416-420. 1896.) 

Ghenoweth. Genealogy and chart of the 
Chenoweth and Gromwell families of Maryland and 
Virginia. By Alex. Grawford Chenoweth. \New 
York: the Redjield Press,'\ 1894. i p.l., 35 p., 4 
charts. 8°. 

Ghew. Ghew, of Virginia. (In: Thomas (L. B.) 
The Thomas book... A^ew York, 1896. p. 276- 

Ghristian. Christian family. (In : Wm. and 
Mary College Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. 5, p. 261- 
263; vol. 8, p. 70-74, 122-12S, 265-271; vol. 9, 
p. 47-52, 243-245. 1897-1901.) 

Churchill. Churchill family. (In : Wm. and 
Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 7, p. 186-188 ; 
vol. 8, p. 47-50, 20Q-202 ; vol. 9, p. 40-41, 246-249 ; 
vol. ID, p. 39-44. 1899-1901.) 

Claiborne. Claiborne pedigree, a genealogical 
table of the descendants of secretary William Clai- 
borne, of the junior branch in the United States. . . 
By G. M. Claiborne. Lynchburg, Va.: J. P. Bell 
Co., 1900. 51 p., I port. 8°. 

Cocke. Cocke, Gray, Bowie, Robb, &c. By 
Miss Fanny B. Hunter. (In : Va. Mag. of Hist, 
and Biog., Vol. 10, p. loo-ioi, 202, 306-307. 

The Cocke family of Virginia. . . (In : Va. 

Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 5, p. 181-198. 1897.) 

The Cocke family of Virginia (Henrico). 

(In : Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., Vol. 5, p. 71-89. 

Genealogy of the Cocke family in Virginia. 

By James C. Southall. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and 
Biog., Vol. 3, p. 282-292, 405-414; vol. 4, p. 86-96, 
212-217, 322-332, 431-450. 1896-1897.) 

Cockrill. Cockrill genealogy. By Granville 
Goodloe. (In : American Hist. Mag., Vol. 3, p. 
331-345. Nashville, 1898.) 

CoGHiLL. The family of Coghill. 1377 to 1879. 
With some sketches of their maternal ancestors, the 
Slingsbys, of Scriven Hall. 1135 to 1879. By 
James Henry Coghill. Cambridge YMass.\ 1879. 
Ix, 2 1., 36, 36a-36p, 37-193 p., i 1., 6 pi., 8 port. 

Colston. The Colston family of Virginia. Rich- 
mond, 1888. I p.l., 5 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 12, 

Conway. Conway, of Lancaster County, Vir- 
ginia. (In : Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies 
... Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 1891. p. 221-290.) 

CooKE. Descendants of Mordecai Cooke, of 
" Mordecai's Mount," Gloucester County, Virginia. 
1650. By William Garter Stubbs. New Orleans: 
L. Graham 6^ Son, 1896. 48 p. 8°. 

Gorbin. Corbin family of Virginia. Richmond, 
1888. I p.l.. 15 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 19, 
1888, etc. 

Cromwell. See Chenoweth. 

Dabney. Sketch of the Dabneys of Virginia, 
with some of their family records. . .By William 
Henry Dabney. Chicago: S. D. Childs 6^ Co., 
1888. 197 p., 4 1., I port. 4°. 

Daingerfield. Daingerfield family. (In:Wm. 
and Mary Coll. Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 8, p. 96- 
100; vol. 9, p. 188-189. 1899-1901.) 

Dandridge. The Dandridges of Virginia. By 
Wilson Miles Gary. (In : Wm. and Mary College 
Quart. Hist. Mag., Vol. 5, p. 30-41, 81-82; vol. 6, 
p. 250-251; vol. 12, p. 126-129. 1896-1903.) 

Digges. Pedigree of a representative Virginia 
planter. By Lyon Gardiner Tyler. (In: Wm. and 
Mary Coll. Quarterly Hist. Mag., Vol. i, p. 80-88, 
140-154, 208-213. 1892.) 

Douglass. The family of Douglass or Doug- 
lass of Garrallan in Virginia. . .By John S. Wise. 
Neiv York: W. H. Abbott, draughtsman [1894]. 
family tree 7^ x 8 in. 4°. 

Photographic copy. 

Dyer. The Dyer family. Descendants of 
Samuel Dyer, of Albemarle County, Virginia, from 
the records of Thomas B. Dyer, of St. Louis, Mo, 
By Theodore H. Price. Arranged by Charlotte P. 
Price. New York: T. A. Wright, i()Ob. Genea- 
logical chart, 28^ x 40! in. 

Early. A history of the family of Early in 
America, being the ancestors and descendants of 
Jeremiah Early, who came from the county of 
Donegal, Ireland, and settled in what is now Madi- 
son County, Virginia, early in the eighteenth cen- 
tury. By Samuel Stockwell Early. Arranged for 
publication by Robert Stockwell Hatcher. Albany, 
N. Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1896. 53 p. 8°. 

Edwards. Historic sketches of the Edwards 
and Todd families and their descendants, 1523- 
1895. By George Hortense Edwards. Springfield, 
III.: H. W. Rokker, 1%^^,. 38 p. 8°. 

ESKRIDGE. Eskridge, of Virginia. (In: Va. 
Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 434-436; vol. 
8, p. 89-91, 211-213, 318-320; vol. 9, p. 201-203; 
vol. 10, p. 95-96. 1900-02.) 

Evelyn. The Evelyns in America : compiled 
from family papers and other sources, 1608-1805. 
By G. D. Scull. Oxford [£ng.] : Parker and Co., 
1881. viii, 2 1., 392 p., 2 pi., 9 port., 2 plans. 8°. 

Everard. Sir Richard Everard, baronet, gov- 
ernor of the colony of North Carolina, 172 5-1 731, 
and his descendants in Virginia. By Marshall 
De Lancey Haywood. [ ^Faj-Zzzw^^w, 1898.] 12 p. 
Repr. from Pub'ns of Southern Hist. Ass'n, Vol. 2. 

EWELL. Ewell of Virginia. (In: Hayden (H. 
E.) Virginia genealogies. . . Wilkes-Barre, 1891. 
P- 33I-354-) 

Fairfax. The Fairfaxes of England and Amer- 
ica in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 
including letters from and to Hon. William Fair- 



Genealogies, cont'd. 
fax, president of council of Virginia, and his sons. 
Col. George William Fairfax and Rev. Bryan 
eighth Lord Fairfax, the neighbors and friends of 
George Washington. By Edward D. Neill. Albany, 
N. v.: J. Munsell, 186S. 234 p. , 2 charts. 8°. 

Farkar. The Farrar family. (In: Va. Mag. 
of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 319-322, 432-434; 
vol. S, p. 97-98, 206-209, 424-427; vol. 9, p. 203- 
205, 322-324; 'vol. 10, 86-87, 206-207, 308-310. 

Fielding. Fielding and Davis notes. . . By Dr. 
J. L. Miller. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., 
vol. It, p. 453-456; vol. 12, p. 99-102, 214-215, 
325-328, 454. 1903-05.) 

FiTTS. Genealogy of the Fitts or Fitz family in 
America. By James Harris Fitts. Albany, N. Y.: 
Fort Orange Press, Brandow Print. Co., 1897. 
170 p. 52 port. 4°. 

FiTZHUGH. The Fitzhugh family. (In: Va. 
Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 7, p. 196-199, 317- 
322, 425-427; vol. 8, p. 91-95, 209-211, 314-317, 
430-432; vol. 9, p. 99-104. 1899-1901.) 

Flournoy. The Flournoy family. By Flour- 
noy Rivers. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., 
vol. 2, p. 81-90, 190-213, 318-327, 437-447; vol. 
3, p. 67-79, 414-4^6. 1894-5.) 

Fowler. Annals of the Fowler family, with 
branches in Virginia, North Carolina, South Caro- 
lina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, 
California and Texas. By Mrs. Glenn Dora Fow- 
ler Arthur. Austin, Texas: the Author, 1901. 
2 p.l., xvi, 327 p., I fac, 12 pi., 8 port. 8°. 

Fry. Memoir of Col. Joshua Fry, sometime pro- 
fessor in William and Mary College, Virginia... 
with an autobiography of his son. Rev. Henry 
Fry, and a census of their descendants. By Philip 
Slaughter, n. p. [1880.] 112 p., i 1. 8°. 

Garr. Genealogy of the descendants of John 
Gar, or more particularly of his son, Andreas Gaar, 
who emigrated from Bavaria to America in 1732. . . 
By John Wesley and John Calhoun Garr. Cincin- 
nati, 0.: the Author, 1894. xiv, i 1., 608 p., i pi. 

Garrard. Gov. Garrard of Kentucky, his de- 
scendants and relatives. By Anna Russell Des 
Cognets. Lexington, Ky.: J. M. Byrnes, 1898. 
4 P-1-, 134 P-. 2 pL, 39 port. 8°. 

GiBBENS. Gibbens- Butcher genealogy. Embrac- 
ing also Barnett, Brown, Buckner. . .and other 
pioneer families of Virginia who migrated west of 
the Alleghanies. . .By Alvaro Franklin Gibbens. 
Parkersbiirg: G. B. Gibbens, 1894. i p.l., 296 p., 
2 1., 2 pi., 16 port. 8°. 

Glassell. Glassell, of Scotland and Virginia. 
(In: Hayden (H. E.) Virginia genealogies... 
Wilkes-Barre, 1891. p. 1-44.) 

GoocH. Gooch family. (In: Wm. and Mary 
Coll. Quart., Hist. Mag., vol. 5, p. 110-112. 

GoODE. Virginia cousins. A study of the an- 
cestry and posterity of John Goode of Whitby, a 
Virginia colonist of the seventeenth century, with 
notes upon related families, a key to southern gene- 
alogy and a history of the English surname Code, 
Goad, Goode or Good from 1148 to 1887. With 

a preface by R. A. Brock. . .By G. Brown Goode. 
Richinond, Fa..- J. W. Randolph dr' English, 1887. 
xxxvi, 526 p., 2 pi., I map, 4 plans, 43 port., ill., 
2 charts. 4°. 

Goodwin. The Goodwm families in America. 
By John S. Goodwin. Richmond, Va.: Whittet 
6^ Shepperson [1897]. iv, 200 p., i table. 8°. 

Supplement to William and Mary College Quarterly Hist. 
Mag., Vol. 6, no. 2. Oct. 1897. 

GooKiN. The Gookin family. By J. Wingate 
Thornton. (In: New England Hist, and Gen. 
Reg., vol. I, p. 345-352; vol. 2, p. 167-174. 1847- 


Green. Descendants of Robert Green and allied 
families in the state of Virginia. By Holdridge 
Ozro Collins. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., 
v. 8, p. 77-80, 213-216, 317-318, 421-424. 1900- 

Grigsby. Genealogy of the Grigsby family in 
part, including a brief sketch of the Porter family. 
[Originally] published . . . December, 1878. By 
William H. Grigsby. Chicago: republished by R. 
H. A/cCurviick, 1905. S p. S°. 

Grymmes. The,Grymes family. Richmond, \?>i(). 
I p.l., 10 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Aug. 18, 
1889, etc. 

Guthrie. Records of the Guthrie family, of 
Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Virginia, with an- 
cestry of those who have intermarried with the 
family. By Harriet N. and Eveline Guthrie Dunn. 
Chicago, III.: The Author, 1898. 3 p.l., 170 p., 
18 pi., 23 port. 8°. 

Harrison. The ancestry of Benjamin Harrison, 
president of the United States of America, 1S89- 
1S93, in chart form, showing also the descendants 
of William Henry Harrison, president of the United 
States. . .in 1841, and notes of families related. By 
Charles P. Keith. Philadelphia: [y. B. Lippincott 
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The Harrisons of Virginia. (In: Egle (W. 

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The Harrison family of Virginia. Rich- 
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Henderson. Ancestry and descendants of 
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Richmond, Va.: Whittet ^ Shepperson, 1902. 
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Heatwole. a history of the Heatwole family 
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present time. By David A. Heatwole. Dale En- 
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24 p. 24°. 

Henderson. The Henderson family. Rich- 
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Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, June 9, 

1889, etc. 

IIerndon. a genealogy of the Herndon family. 
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Genealogies, cont'd. 

HoRD. Genealogy of the Hord family. By Rev. 
Arnold Harris Hord. Philadelphia: J. B. Lip- 
pincott Co., 1898. 199 p., 7 pi., 22 port. 8°. 

Thomas Hord, gentleman. Born in Eng- 
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Arnold Harris Hord. {^Philadelphia: J. B. Lippin- 
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Houston. Brief biographical accounts of many 
members of the Houston family. .. By Rev. Samuel 
Rutherford Houston. Cincinnati: Elm Street Prtg. 
Co., 1882. 420 p. 12°. 

HuBARD. Hubard family. (In: Wm. and Mary 
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vol. 5, p. 106-109, 211-212. 1895-97.) 

Hume. History of the Hume family . .By John 
Robert Hume. St. Louis, Mo.: Ihime Genealogi- 
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Humphreys. The Humphreys family in Amer- 
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Otis M. Humphreys, M.D., Henry R. Stiles,M.D., 
Mrs. Sarah M. Churchill. N'ewYork: I/ttmphreys 
Print, 1SS3. 8 p.l., 1115 p., 4 pi., 9 fac, 20 port., 
2 charts. 4°. 

Irvine. The Irvines and their kin. A history 
of the Irvine family and their descendants. By 
Mrs. L. Boyd. Louisville, Ky.: the Author, 1898. 
115 p., 6 pi. 4°. 

Jameson. The Jameson family. By James M. 
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JoLiFFE. Historical, genealogical, and biographi- 
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HoUingsworth's and other cognate families. [By 
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Co., 1893. 245 p., 12 pi., 5 port. 8°. 

Jones. A genealogical history. By Cadwallader 
Jones. Columbia, S. C: Ye Bryan Print Co., 
1900. vii, 73 p., I 1., 8 pi., 10 port. 12°. 

Captain Roger Jones, of London and Vir- 
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with appreciative notice of other families, viz.: 
Bathurst, Belfield, Browning, Carter, Catesby, 
Cocke, Graham, Fauntleroy, Hickman, Hoskins, 
Latane, Lewis, Meriwether, Skelton, Walker, War- 
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295 p., 2 pi., 21 port. 8°. 

Kemper. Genealogy of the Kemper family in 
the United States. Descendants of John Kemper 
of Virginia. With a short historical sketch of his 
family and of the German Reformed colony of Ger- 
manna and Germantown, Va. By Willis Miller 
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Hazlitt iSr= Co.. 1899. 24S, xix p. 4°. 

Kennon. The Kennon family of Virginia. 
Richmond, 1888. 8 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Oct. 29, 1888, 

Ladd. The Ladd family. A genealogical and 
biographical memoir of the descendants of Daniel 
Ladd, of Haverhill, Mass., Joseph Ladd, of Ports- 
mouth, R. I., John Ladd, of Burlington, N. J., 

John Ladd, of Charles City Co., Va. By Warren 
Ladd. New Bedford, Mass.: E. Anthony &* 
Sons, i8go. i p.l., xii, 413 p., i port. 8°. 

Langhorne. The Langhorne family. By Harry 
Brent Mackay. New York, \<^oo. ip.l.,iil. 4°. 

Lee. Genealogical history of the Lee family of 
Virginia and Maryland, from A. D. 1300 to A. D. 
1866. ..By Edward C. Mead. New York: Rich- 
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3 pi., 6 port. 8°. 

Descendants of Col. Richard Lee, of Vir- 
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A record of the descendants of Col. Richard 

Lee, of Virginia, prepared as an aid to farther in- 
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Lee of Virginia. By J. Henry Lea. {^Bos- 
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Repr. from " New Eng. Hist, and Gen Reg.," Jan., 1892. 

Lee of Virginia, 1642-1892. Biographical 

and genealogical sketches of the descendants of 
Colonel Richard Lee, with brief notices of the re- 
lated families of Allerton, Armistead. . .and others. 
Philadelphia, 1895. 586 p., I 1., 4 pi., 31 port., 
I map, 2 fac. 4°. 

The Lees of England and Virginia. Rich- 

fHond, 1888. 20 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, July 30, 
1888, etc. 

Leftwich. Genealogical chart showing de- 
scents of Alexander T. Leftwich and Rosalie 
Vivian Lightfoot. Saugerties, N. Y.: engrossed 
and painted by IV. LP. Abbott [igo2]. 4°. 

Photograph from the original, which measures 5 x 3 ft. 

Lester. Bryant Lester of Lunenburg County, 
Virginia, and his descendants. By Thomas Mc- 
Adory Owen. Baltimore, Md. : the Priedetiwald 
Co., 1897. 13 p. 8°. 
Repr. from Southern Hist. Ass'n Pub'ns, April, 1897. 

Lewis. Genealogy of the Lewis family in Amer- 
ica, from the middle of the seventeenth century 
down to the present time. By William Terrell 
Lewis. Louisville, Ky.: the Courier-Journal Job 
Print. Co., 1893. 2 p.l., 454 p. 8°. 

Genealogies of the Lewis and kindred fami- 
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Boulton Tandy. Columbia, Mo. : E. W. Stephens 
Pub. Co., 1906. 416 p., 2 pi., I port. 8°. 

Lightfoot. The Lightfoot family. By W. G. 
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Lindsay. Lindsay Family Association of Amer- 
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Annual report, 1.-2. [Boston, 1904- 

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Lindsays in Virginia. By Armistead C. 

Gordon. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., vol. 
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The Lindsays of America. A genealogical 

narrative and family record, beginning with the 
family of the earliest settler in the mother state, 
Virginia, and including in an appendix all the 



Genealogies, cont'd. 
Lindsays of America. By Margaret Isabella Lind- 
say. Albany: J. Munsell's Sons, 1889. xv, (i) 
275 (7) p., 4pl-. 5 charts. 8°. 

LiTTLEPAGE. I>ittlepage, of Virginia. (In: 
Hayden (H. E. ) Virginia genealogies. . .Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., 1891. p. 395-420.) 

LUDWELL. Ludwell genealogy. By Cassius F. 
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Same, separate. 

LuNDY. The Lundy family and their descend- 
ants of whatsoever surname, with a biographical 
sketch of Benjamin Lundy. By William Clinton 
Armstrong. Neiu Brunsioick, AL J. : J. Heidings- 
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McClanahan. The McClanahans. By H. M. 
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McDonald. Genealogy of the Macdonald fam- 
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McGavock. The McGavock family. A genea- 
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Richmond: IV. E.Jones, 1903. 175 p. 8°. 

Macon. Macon family [register from] St. 
Peter's Parish Register, New Kent Co., Va. (In: 
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Mallory. The Mallory family. (In: Va. Mag. 
of Hist, and Biog.. vol. 13, p. 216-219, 324-329, 
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Mann. Mann memorial. A record of the Mann 
family in America. Genealogy of the descendants 
of Richard Man of Scituate, Mass. Preceded by 
English family records, and an account of the 
Wrentham, Rehoboth, Boston, Le.xington, Virginia, 
and other branches of the Manns who settled in 
this country. By George S. Mann. Boston: D. 
Clapp ^ Son, 18S4. 251 p., I pl., 9 port. 8°. 

Markham. The Markham family of Virginia. 
By Mrs. Flournoy Rivers. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, 
and Biog., vol. 5, p. 205-206, 334-336. 439-440; 
vol. 6, p. 80-82. 1897-1898.) 

Marshall. The Marshall tradition. By Thomas 
M. Anderson. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and Biog., 
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Mason. Mason family and Gunston Hall, Vir- 
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Mounted clippings from the Washington Evening Star. 
1896, etc. 

Curious wills in Mason family. Richmond, 

18S8. 7 P- 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the^Richmond Critic, Oct. 22, 1838. 

Mathews. Mathews family. (In: Wm. and 
Mary College Quarterly, Hist. Mag., vol. 6, p. 91- 
93. 1897.) 

Minor. Four successive John Minors. By 
Charles M. Blackford. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and 
Biog., vol. 10, p. 97-9S, 204, 3 1 1-3 1 2, 436-440. 
1 902-1 903.) 

Some Minors in Virginia. By B. B. Minor. 

(In: Wm. and Mary Coll. Quart., Hist. Mag., 
V. 8, p. 247-251; vol. 9, pp. 55-60. 1900.) 

Some other Minors in Virginia. By Benja- 
min Blake Minor. (In: Va. Mag. of Hist, and 
Biog., vol. II, p. 207-209, 335-336, 443-444. 

Minor family. (In: Wm. and Mary Coll. 

Quart. Hist. Mag., vol. 8, p. 196-200; vol. 9, 
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Moncure. Moncure, of Virginia. (In: Hay- 
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Montague. History and genealogy of the Mon- 
tague family of America, descended from Richard 
Montague of Hadley, Mass., and Peter Montague 
of Lancaster Co., Va., with genealogical notes of 
other families by name of Montague. By George 
Wm. Montague. Revised and edited by William 
L.Montague. Amherst, Mass.: J. E. Williams, 
1886. 785 p., 5 pl., 30 port., 2 charts. 8°. 

History and genealogy of Peter Montague 

of Nansemond and Lancaster counties, Virginia, 
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Montague family. N'ewYork: Amer. Col- 
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Morton. The ancestry of David Morton. By 
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Morton data. By Daniel Morton. (In: 

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■ Morton data. By Daniel Morton. [St. 

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MosELEY. Moseley family of Lower Norfolk 
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Nance. The Nance memorial. A history of 
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Nicholas. The Nicholas family of Virginia. 
Richmond, 1890. 4 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Aug. 30, 

Nourse. James Nourse and his descendants. 
By Maria Catharine Nourse Lyle. Lexington, Ky.: 
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fac. , 19 pl., 4 port. 4°. 

Page. Genealogy of the Page family in Vir- 
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Walker, Pendleton and Randolph families, with 
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Another copy. Ne7v York: Pub. 

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Genealogies, cont'd. 

A genealogy of the descendants of Colonel 

John Page, who settled in the Colony of Virginia, 
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Pe.^chey. Peachey family. (In : Wm. and 
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Peyton. Peyton, of " Iselham," Cambridge- 
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Pocahontas. Pocahontas, alias Matoaka, and 
her descendants through her marriage at James- 
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Bentley. . . and others, with biographical sketches 
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by R. A. Brock. Richmond, Va.: J. W.Randolph 
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Preston. The Preston genealogy. Tracing 
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Memoranda of the Preston family. By 

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Price. The Price family of " Cool Water," 
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QuiSENBERRY. Genealogical memoranda of the 
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Memorials of the Quisenberry family in 

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Randolph. The Randolph family of Virginia 
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Renick. The Renick family of Virginia. By 
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Richardson. Richardson-De Priest family. 
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Ro Bards. The Ro Bards family. By John Lewis 
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Robertson. The family of Gen. James Robert- 
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Maj. Charles Robertson, and some of his 

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Robinson. Robinson, of York County, Vir- 
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Rootes. The Rootes family. By S. R. Rootes. 
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Ryedale. History of the Ancient Ryedales and 
their descendants in Normandy, Great Britain, Ire- 
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Robertson. Donald Robertson and his wife 
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of Orange County, Virginia, and his naval history 
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Rose. A chart of the ancestors and descendants 
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RuFFiN. The Ruffin family. Richmond, 1889. 
I p.l., 7 p. 8°. 
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RuNKLE. The Runkle family: being an account 
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Scott. Scott, of Dipple Parish, Moray, Scotland; 
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Selden. Selden family. (In: Wm. and Mary 
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Sharpe. Sharpe genealogy and miscellany. By 
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Sheild. Sheild family. By Lyon Gardiner 
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Smith. The Smiths of Virginia. By W. G. 
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Genealogies, cont'd. 

Genealogy of the Smith family of Essex 

County, Virginia. By C. W. Coleman. (In: Wm. 
and Mary Coll. Quarterly, Hist. Mag., Vol. 6, 
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Spalding. The Spalding memorial: a genea- 
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15 port. rev. ed. 8°. 

Speed. Records and memorials of the Speed 
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Courier-Journal, 1892. 206 p., 3 pi., 13 port. S°. 

Spotswood. Genealogy of the Spotswood family 
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Starke. The Starke family. (In: Wm. and 
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Stephens. The Stephens family with collateral 
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Stephenson. Genealogical and biographical rec- 
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Stith. The Stith family. Kich7nond,\%(^o. i p.l., 

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Street. The Street'genealogy. By .Mrs. Mary 
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Stuart. The genealogy of Gen. J. E. B. 
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Strother. William Strother, of Virginia, and 
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Subi.ett. a partial history... of the French 
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SuLLiVANT. A genealogy and family memorial 
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SwEARlNGEN. Family historical register, com- 
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Taliaferro. The Taliaferro family. Richmond, 
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Taylor. Taylor, of Orange County, Virginia. 
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Thomas. The Thomas book, giving the genealo- 
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Thornton. The Thornton family. By W. G. 
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Throckmorton. The Throckmorton family. 
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Throckmorton of England and Virginia. 

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Bedford City. 

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Bedford, the richest in natural resources of the 
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Big Stone Gap." 

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Bristol Parish. 

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Interleaved copy. Autograph 'Jetter from 'the author, and 
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Buena Vista. 
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Caroline County. 

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Local History, cont'd. 

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See also Albemarle County above. 

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Chase City. 
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History of St. George's Parish, in the 

county of Spotsylvania, and diocese of Virginia. . . 
Edited by R. A. Brock, with a biography of the 
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Committee of Forty. Danville riot, Novem- 
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Elizabeth City County. 

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Essex County. 
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United States. — Statutes. A bill to establish 
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" Last (The) moments of John Brown.'' 
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Mock (The) auction. Ossawatomie sold, a 
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Phelps (R. N. R.) How Harper's Ferry fell, 
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Henrico County. 
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1 888. Richmond: D. Murphy, 1S88. 8 p. 8°. 

Fiory (John S.) The University of Henrico. 
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Henrico County. — Board of Supervisors. 
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an outline of its history and a description of its re- 
sources and advantages as a home. . . Richmond, 
Va.: Whittet ^ Shepperson, 1893. 46 p. ob. 4°. 

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Henrico Parish. 

Brock (Robert Alonzo). The vestry book of 
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diocese of Virginia, and especially of St. John's 
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Brock (Robert Alonzo). The vestry book of 
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facts connected with the venerable St. John's 
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Richmond, Va., 1874. 3 p.l., xvii, [2]-222 p. 4°. 
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cop. 1904. p. 55-541. 8°.) 



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Moore (J. Staunton). Annals of Henrico Par- 
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James City County. 
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James River. 

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King William County. 

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King William Parish. 

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440; vol. 12, p. 17-32, 241-256, 369-384; vol. 13, 
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Loudoun County. 

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Rogers (Samuel Hamilton). A centennial dis- 
course delivered before the Ketocton Church, Lou- 
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Louisa County. 
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Ammen (S. Z.) History and description of the 
Luray Cave (illustrated). Including explanations 
of the manner of its formation, its peculiar growths, 
its geology, chemistry, etc. ; also a map. The 
whole so arranged as to serve as a guide. Balti- 
more : J. W. Borst dr> Co., 1S82. 48 p., i map. 
3. ed. 8°. 

Caverns (The) of Luray. The property of 
the Valley Land and Improvement Co., Luray, Va. 
The manner of their formation, their peculiar 
growths, their geology, chemistry, &c. An illus- 
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Scott's Print. House, 1890. 47 p., i map. 8°. 

Baltimore: Crowl (Sr' Lehner, 1893. 

50 p., 1 map. 8°. 

8th (The) wonder of the world. Luray caverns 
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[Mason (Otis Tuf ton) flwrt' (jM^rj.] Report of 
a visit to the Luray Cavern, in Page County, Vir- 
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[Cabell (Mrs. Julia Mayo).] Sketches and 
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committees, 1875/6. Lynchburg, 1876. 8°. 

Resources and advantages of Lynch- 
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Virginia Job Office Print, ii']2. 16 p., I map. 8°. 

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Lynchburg, Va., 1881-1885. 8°. 

Virginia. — Statutes. A bill amending third 
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jNIadison County. 
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Virginia, n. p. [i8S-.] 4 p. 12°. 

Addresses delivered at the unveiling of the 
memorial tablet presented by Henry P. Martin, at 
the 71st Armory, March 12, 1S95, in memory of 
those members of the Seventy- first regiment who 
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1895. 15 p., I pi. 4°. 

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l86i...maps. New York, 1891. 12°. 

Cox (Jacob D.) The second battle of Bull Run, 
as connected with the Fitz-John Porter case. A 
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Gates (Theodore B.) The "Ulster guard" 
(20. N. Y. state militia) and the war of the Rebel- 
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a brief treatise upon the origin and growth of se- 
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of Voung's Branch, or Manassas Plain, fought July 
21, 1S61 ; with. . .an account of the battle, also, the 
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Manchester. Advertisement and blank pro- 
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Massanutten Mountain. 
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Middlesex County. 
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National Society of the Colonial Dames of America 
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1897. 341 p. 4°. 

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Lossing (Benson J.) Monticello. [New York, 
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70 p. 16°. 

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[cop. 1876.J 53 p. illus. 3. ed. 16'. 

i885. 75 p. illus. 12. ed. 16°. 

1889. 79 p. illus. 16. ed. 16°. 

1891. 78 p. illus. 17. ed. 16°. 

Kozlowski (W. M.) A visit to Mt. Vernon a 
century ago. A few pages of an unpublished diary 
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its associations, historical, biographical, and pic- 
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The home of Washington and its associa- 
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Knights Templar of Washington, D. C June 

25, 1S66. Washington: J. L. Pearson, 1866. 12 
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The Friedenwald Co., 1896. v. p. 8°. 



Local History, cont'd. 

Circular. An appeal for Mount Vernon: 

To the Daughters of Washington. Philadelphia, 
1S55. S p. 8°. 

The illustrated Mount Vernon Record, the 

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Doane (George Washington) bp. of New Jersey. 
One world ; one Washington : the oration in the 
City Hall, Burlington, on Washington's birthday, 
1859... Burlington, N. J.: Ladies' Alt. Vernon 
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Pryor {Mrs. Roger A.) The Mount Vernon 
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New York: D. Appleton &^ Co., 1865. 

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Searson (John). Mount Vernon, a poem: be- 
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description, as well as of the birthplace, genealogy, 
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5 pi., I port. 12°. 

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and its associations. Washington : McGill &' 
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Natural Bridge. 
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its history. Philadelphia : Packard, Butler Ss' 
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New Kent County. 
Saint Peter's, New Kent County, Va. The 
parish register of Saint Peter's, New Kent County, 
Va., from 1680 to 1787. . . Richinond: W. E. Jones, 
1904. 2 p.l., 206 p. 8°. (Colonial Dames. — Vir- 
ginia Parish Record Series, no. 2.) 

Burton (H. W.) The history of Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. A review of important events and incidents 

which occurred from 1736 to 1877; also a record of 
personal reminiscences and political, commercial 
and curious facts. By H. W. Burton, " Harr}' 
Scratch," of the Norfolk Virginian. Norfolk, Va.: 
A^or folk Virginian Job Print, \%-]-]. vi, 264 p. 8". 

Chataigne's directory of Norfolk and Ports- 
mouth, 18S0/S1, 18S2/83, 1883/84, 1885, 1886, 
1888, 1889, 1890/91, 1891/92, 1892/93, 1894, 
1895/96, 1896/97. [Norfolk. 1 879-1 896.] 4to. 

1889-1896 have title " Chataigne's directory of Norfolk, 
Portsmouth & Berkley." 

Facts and figures about Norfolk, Virginia. A 
town in 1680. A borough in 1736. A city in 1845. 
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Forrest (William S.) Historical and descrip- 
tive sketches of Norfolk and vicinity, including 
Portsmouth and the adjacent counties, during a 
period of two hundred years. Also, sketches of 
Williamsburg, Hampton, Suffolk, Smithfield, and 
other places .. Philadelphia: Lindsay and B la kis- 
ton, 1S53. 2 p.l., ix-xxxii, 33-496 p., i pi. 8°. 

Lamb (Robert W.) Our twin cities of the nine- 
teenth century: (Norfolk and Portsmouth). Their 
past, present and future. Norfolk, Va.: Barcroft, 
1887-8. 312 p., 24 pi., I port. 8°. 

Norfolk. — Mayor. Messages of the Mayor to 
the select and common councils, together with 
municipal reports. 1878, 1879, 1881, 1884, 1886, 
1888, 1897/9-1899/1901. Norfolk: City Printer, 
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Councils. Stenographer's minutes. City of 

Norfolk investigation into the "water option," be- 
fore a committee of the Councils, January 21st, 
1897. Norfolk: W. T. Barron &- Co. [1897] 
I p.l., 86 p. 8°. 

Report of the investigating committee 

of the Common and .Select Councils, concerning 
the charges of Mayor Lamb, in his annual message, 
against the Police Commissioners and police force 
of the city of Norfolk, Va. [Norfolk:] T. O. Wise, 
city printer, 1885. 15 p. 8°. 

Ordinances. Joint resolutions of the Mayor, 

Recorder, Aldermen, and Common Council, of the 
borough of Norfolk [relating to commerce with 
British colonies], passed December 17, 1821; and 
memorial of sundry citizens of the same place. 
January 11, 1S22. JVashington: Gales and Seaton, 
1822. 9 p., 2 tab. 8°. (U.S. 17. Cong., I. Sess. 
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The ordinances of the city of Norfolk, 

with the amended charter and an appendix. . . 1894. 
Norfolk: W. T. Barron &= Co., 1894. viii, 381 p., 
I map. 8°. 

The ordinances. . .with the amended 

charter, acts of Assembly relating to city govern- 
ment. . . 1902. N'orfolk: Burke and Gregory, 1902. 
vii, 9-932 p. 8°. 

Water Commissioners. Annual report. 

1876, 1S89/90, 1890/91, 1901/02-1905/06. Nor- 
folk, 1 876-1906. 8°. 

1901/2 and later are numbered 28, etc. 

Contract [and specifications for the 

structures upon the Norfolk water works]. Feb., 
1871. Norfolk, 1S71. 63 p. 4°. 

Report and plans of the Hon. W. J. 

McAlpine for a supply of water for the city of Nor- 
folk. Feb., 1871. Norfolk: Jour7ial Office, i?>li. 
48 p. 8°. 



Local History, cont'd. 

Norfolk Chamber of Commerce. Constitution 
and by-laws. . Ahrfolk : VV. T. Barroti &f Co., 
1902. 15 p. 12°. 

Norfolk (The) directory.. . [1806/07.] ^^or- 
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Norfolk, Portsmouth and Newport News Co. 
Travel, entertainment and enterprise. Norfolk 
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Norfolk Public Library of Norfoll^-, Va. The 
charter, constitution and by-laws of the Norfollc 
Public Library, of Norfolk, Virginia. A^orfolk, 
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cities of North Carolina. A narrative. Norfolk, 
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Q. (S. P.) The judgeship. A tale of the times. 
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Norfolk, Va., 1^,%^,. 10 p. 8°. 

Stoner (Winifred Sackville). St. Paul's Epis- 
copal Church, Norfolk, Virginia, U. S. A.. . . Nor- 
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Storrs (Richard Kalter). Terrors of the pesti- 
lence. A sermon preached in the Church of the 
Pilgrims, Brooklyn, N. V., on the occasion of a 
collection in aid of the sufferers at Norfolk, Va., 
Sept. 30th, 1S55. A'l'Zi' York: J. A. Gray, 1855. 
24 p. 8°. 

Tucker (Beverley D.) The continuity of the 
church. A plea for endowment. Sermon preached 
in St. Paul's Church, Elizabeth River Parish, Nor- 
folk, Va. . . .Apr. ist, 1906. [A^orfolk:'\ the Vestry 
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Norfolk County. 
Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, Antiquary. 
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Marriage bonds of Norfolk County, Virginia, 
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Mounted clippings from the Richmond, Virginia, Critic, 
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Stewart (William H.) History of Norfolk 
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Old Point Comfort. 

Hygeia Hotel. Health, comfort, pleasure, 
scenic surroundings. Hygeia Hotel, the seaside 
resort of America. \^A'ew York: the Giles C^^., iSg-.] 
29 p. 16°. 

Pennsylvania Railroad. A Christmas holi- 
day pleasure tour to Old Point Comfort, over the 
Pennsylvania Railroad... {^Philadelphia : Allen, 
Lane dr" Scott, 1891.] 16 p., I map. 12°. 

Visitor's hand book of Old Point Comfort, Va., 
and vicinity, including Fort Monroe, National home 
for D. V. Soldiers, National Cemetery, Hampton 
Normal and Agricultural Institute, town of Hamp- 
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Plampion, Va.: Hampton Institute, 1885. 84 p., 
I map. illus. 3. ed. 8°. 

Orkney Springs. 
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cinal properties of Orkney Springs, Shenandoah 
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Detweiler, \%'i\, 16 p. 8°. 

Chataigne's Petersburg directory. 1882/83, 

1886/S7, 18S8/S9. [Pich?nond, 1882-88.] 8°. 

Guide (A) to the fortifications and battlefields 
around Petersburg; with a splendid map. from 
actual surveys made by the U. S. Engineer Dep'mt 
. . .By the Prop, of Jarratt's Hotel. Petersburg, I'a., 
1866. 27 p., I map. 8°. 

J. L. Hill Printing Co.'s directory of Peters- 
burg, Va. 1897,1899/1900. {Richmond, i^g']-i}().'] 

Petersburg, Acts of the General Assembly 
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of the town of Petersburg. To which are added, 
the ordinances, by-laws and regulations of the 
corporation. Petersburg: E. Pescud, 1824. 100 p. 

Virginia. — Governor. Message of James L. 
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withholding his assent to the bill " To provide a 
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Portsmouth. Mayor's message. . . together 

with municipal reports. 1885/86,1895/96-1896/97. 
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Prince Edward County. 
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See also, Henrico Parish, above. 

li'Academie des Sciences et Beaux Arts des 
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Paris: Cailleau, hnprimeur de V Academic de Riche- 
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Advantages (The) of Richmond, Virginia, as 
a manufacturing and trading centre; with notes for 
the guidance of tourists on the lines of transporta- 
tion running from Richmond. Richmond: Pub- 
lished under the auspices of the Trade committees 
of the Chamber of Co?ntnerce and Commercial Club, 
1882. 64 p., 3 maps. 8°. 

Baptist Church (First). The first century of the 
Baptist Church of l\ichmond, Virginia, 17S0-18S0. 
Richmond: C. McCarthy, \%Zo. 360 p. S\ 

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Richmond : IV. Sands, 1834. 16 p. 16°. 



Local History, cont'd. 

Brock (Robert Alonzo). Richmond as a manu- 
facturing and trading centre; including a historical 
sketch of the city. Richmond, Va. : Jones &■' Cook, 

1880. 92 p., I map, 8 pi. 8°. 

Campbell (John A.) Recollections of the 
evacuation of Richmond, April 2, 1865. Baltimore: 
J. Murphy er Co., 1 880. 27 p. 8°. 

Catalogue of stereoscopic and card views of 
Richmond and vicinity. Richmond, Va.: Selden 
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Chataigne's directory of Richmond, Va. 

1881, 1SS2/S3, 1883/S4, 1886/87, 1888, 18S9, 1891, 
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1881-97. 8°. 

Chesterman (W, D.) Guide to Richmond and 
the battle-fields. Richmond : J. E. Goode, 1881. 
68 p. 16°. 

Same. Richmond: J. E. Goode, 1884. 64 p. 

illus. 16°. 

Same. Richmond: J. Hill Print. Co., 1894. 

73 p. illus. 12°. 

Richmond, Va. : an outline of its attractions 

and industries. Prepared by order of the Chamber 
of Commerce, and published under the direction of 
its committee on information and statistics. Rich- 
mond : VV. E.Jones, 18S8. 24 p. 12°. 

Cook (Joel). The siege of Richmond; a narra- 
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Fiichhtirg: Sentinel Ptg. C(7., 1904. 32 p. 12°. 

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Ext. from " Harper's Magazine," Vol. 70, April, 1885. 

Emery (Ina Capitola). The fall of Richmond^ 
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Fisher (George D.) History and reminiscences 
of the Monumental Church, Richmond, Va. , from 
1S14 to 1S78. Richmofid: Whittet 6^ Shepperson, 
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Full (A) account of the great calamity, which 
occurred in the capitol at Virginia, April 27, 1870, 
together with a list of killed and wounded. Rich- 
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Funke (Georg). Die operationen der Kon- 
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2 pi. (Beiheft zum Militar-Wochenblatt, 1901. 
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Gesangverein Virginia, Richmond, Va. Fest- 
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[The Dietz Print. Co., 1902.] 35^p., 9pl., i port. 

Heindl (Joseph J.) Preliminary report on heat- 
ing and ventilating the capitol building at Rich- 
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Henry (William Wirt). Richmond on the James. 
(In: Historic towns of the Southern States, Edited 
by Lyman P. Powell. N'eiu York, 1900. p. 151- 
183. 8°.) 

Hill Directory Company's directory of Richmond 
and Manchester, Va., 1902. Richmond \\qoi\. 8°, 

Historical account of the Washington monu- 
ment in the Capitol Square, Richmond, Va., with 
biographical sketches. . .Richmond, Va.: W. A. R. 
Nye, 1S69. 16 p. 24°. 

Hollywood Memorial Association. Register 
of the Confederate dead, interred in Hollywood 
Cemetery. Rich^nond, 1869. map. 8". 

Miller (Samuel). A sermon delivered January 19, 
1812, at the request of a number of young gentle- 
men of the city of New York, who had assembled 
to express their condolence with the inhabitants of 
Richmond . . . [on the burning of the theatre.] iVew 
York: Whiting and Watson, 1812. 42 p. 8°. 

[Mordecai (Samuel).] Richmond in by-gone 
days: being reminiscences of an old citizen. Rich- 
7nond, Va.: G. M. West,i8s(>. [iii]-xi, [i3]-32i p. 

Mordecai (Samuel). Virginia, especially Rich- 
mond, in by gone days, with a glance at the pres- 
ent: being reminiscences and last words of an old 
citizen. Richmond: West ^Johnston, i860, xvi, 
17-359 P- 12°. 

Morrison (Andrew). The city on the James. 
Richmond in history. Richmond, Va.: G. W. 
Engelhardt ^^ Co., I'm. 163 p. 8°. 

New (The) Richmond. Rise of the city since 
the war left it ruined. More prosperous than ever. 
Great industries established and business growing. 
16 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the New York Sun, October 19, 

New York News-Letter. September-October, 
1901. vol. 34, no. 5. Richmond number. Netv 
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[Norvell (Watkins)] Richmond, Virginia, 
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ent. 1896. [Richmond: E. B. Brown,] 1896. 
22 1. ob. 8°. 

Particular account of the dreadful fire at 
Richmond, Virginia, Dec. 26, 181 1. Which de- 
stroyed the theatre and the house adjoining, and in 
which more than sixty persons were either burnt to 
death, or destroyed in attempting to make their 
escape. To which is added some observations on 
theatrical performances; and an essay from the Vir- 
ginia Argus. . .Baltimore: J. Kingston, 18 12. 46 p. 

Poindexter (Charles). Richmond: an illus- 
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Co., i8g6. 112 p., 2 maps. 16°. 

Richmond. — Auditor. Annual report, 1897/8- 
1904/5. Richmond, 1898-1905. 8°. 

Charter. The charters and ordinances of 

the city of Richmond, with the Declaration of 
Rights and Constitution of Virginia. Richmond: 
E Hyson, 1859. 295 p. 8°. 

The charter of the city of Richmond, 

approved May 24, amended July 11, 1870; and the 
city ordinances, passed since the late edition of the 
ordinances in 1869. Richmo7id: Evening News, 
1S71. 95 p. 8°. . , . 

The charter and ordinances of the city 

of Richmond. Published by the authority of the 
Council. Richmond: J. E. Goode, 1875. ix, i 1., 
349 P- S°. 



Local History, cont'd. 

Health Board. Annual report, nos. 6, 

9-13, 27. 1876, 1879-83, 1898. Richmond, 1877- 
•99. 8°. 

James River Improvement Committee. An- 
nual report. . .transmitting report of their engineer. 
1878-9. Richmond, 1879. 8°. 

Mayor. Annual message and accompany- 
ing documents. 1895-98, 1900. Richmond, 1896- 

1901. 8°. 

Police Comtnissioners. Annual report of 

the Chief of Police. 1S95-1901. Richmond, \%c)b- 

1902. 8°. 

Public Schools, Office of Superintettdefit of. 

Annual report of the Superintendent, 1S94. no. 
25. Richmo7id, 1895. S''. 

Treasurer s Office. Annual report of the 

Treasurer. 1 899/1 900. Richviond, 1900. 8°. 

Blank proposals and advertisement. . . 

Four per cent, refunding bonds. . .Bids will be re- 
ceived until. .. December 9, 1904. [^Richmond, 
1904. J 2 1. 8°. 

Same. May 17, 1905. 2 1. 8°. 

Same. June 7, 1906. 2 1. 8°. 

Water Com?nittee, Annual report and ac- 
companying documents. 1871/2-1874/5. Rich- 
mond, 1872-75. 8°. 

Proposals, contract and specifications 

for hydraulic pumping machinery. \^Richt)iond, 
iSSc] 26 p., I 1. 4°. 

Richmond Chamber of Commerce. The city 
on the James. Edited by Andrew Morrison. Rich- 
fnond, Va.: G. IV. Engelhardt, 1893. 316 p. 
illus. 4°. 

[ ] Richmond, Va. : its growth, attrac- 
tions, advantages, facilities, resources and develop- 
ment as a business centre. .. Educational institu- 
tions, places of amusement, churches and charities, 
and points of interest in and about the city. \_Rich- 
mond: VVhittet cSt^ Shepperson, 1901.] 22 p. illus. 

Report on the trade and commerce of Rich- 
mond, Virginia, for 1872/3. Richmond, i?)']^- 8°. 

Report of the annua! meeting. . .for 1883/4. 

no. 17. Richmond, 1SS4. 12°. 

Report of the president submitted. .. 1902. 

Richmond, 1902. 8°. 

Address delivered at the Pan-Ameri- 
can e.xposition, Buffalo, New York, on Virginia 
day, August 23, 1901. Richfuond, Va., Whittet 
(s^ Shepperson, 1901. 48 p. 12°. 

Richmond Riot, April 2, 1863. \^Richmond, 
Va.,'] 1S87. 4 p. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Nov. 28, 
1887. Vol. I, no. 12. 

St. Mary's [German Catholic] Church. Manual 
and director)'. .. 1903-1904. ^Richmond: Whittet 
^ Shepperson, ptrs.,iqOi\.^^ 46 p. 8°. 

Annual financial statement, Jan. i, 1903; 

1904. Richmo7id, 1903-4. 8°. 

Annual statement of building committee, 

Jan. I, 1903. Richmond, 1903. 8°. 

Seven (The) days' battles in front of Rich- 
mond. Charleston, 1862. 8°. 

Shalerf Nathaniel Southgate), and].\\ B.\CKUS 
WooinvoRTH. Geology of the Richmond Basin, 
Virginia. Illus. 33 plates, 2 maps. (U. S. geol. 
survey. 19th ann. rep., pt. 2, p. 385-519. Wash- 
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Snapshots at Richmond, Virginia, U. S. A., 
By the business man, editor, preacher, doctor, pho- 
tographer. \^Richmond,] cop. 1S95. 12S p. S°. 

'title on cover reads: " Richmond, \'irginia: her advantages 
and attractions . . ." 

Witherspoon (John). A serious inquiry into 
the nature and eflects of the stage; and a letter 
respecting play actors. Also a sermon on the 
burning of the theatre at Richmond, &c. By 
Samuel Miller, D.D. . .with. . .address, by several 
ministers in New York, &c. A^eiv York: Whiting 
&= Watson, 1S12. 199 p. 16°. 

Wood (J. P.) The industries of Richmond. 
Her trade, commerce, manufactures and represen- 
tative establishments'. Richmond, Va.: Metropo- 
litan Publishing Co., 1886. 3 p.l., 7-144 P- 8°. 

[Wright (R. W.)] Richmond since the war, 
{^N'ezu York, 1877.] 303-312 p. 8°. 
Ext. Scribner's ISIonthly Magazine, July, 1877. 

Young (The) Men's Business Association. 
Business facts about Richmond, Virginia. Rich- 
mond: Monitor Pub. Co., 1S97. 42 p., i map. 
ob. 24°. 

Richmond County. 

Marriages, births and deaths in Richmond 
County. (William and Mary College Quarterly, 
Historical Magazine, vol. 13, p. 129-132, 182-192. 


Haddock's Roanoke, Va., city directory, 1890. 
Richmond, 1890. 8^. 

Picturesque Roanoke. Being a series of 
reproductions from photographic views. . .Roanoke: 
The Stone Prtg. &- Mfg. Co. [1905 ?] 2 1., 15 pi. 
ob. 8°. 

Roanoke Industrial and Agricultural Associa- 
tion. Premium list, rules and regulations of the 
great Roanoke fair. . .AW«^>^£', 1904. 64 p. 8°. 

Roanoke souvenir calendar, 1903. [Views of 
Roanoke.] Roanoke, Va.: the Stone Print. dr» 
Manuf. Co., cop., 1902. 12 1. illus. 2. ed. f°. 

Scholes' directory of the city of Roanoke, 
ig92, 1S93, 1896. Roanoke, 1892-1896. 8°. 

Rock Enon Springs. 
Rock Enon Springs and baths, Frederick 
County, Va. Washington : Jitdd df Detiueiler 
[1879]. 18 p., I pi. 8°. 

Rockingham County. 
Hinke (Wm. J.), and Ch.\rles E. Kemper. 
Record of the Peaked Mountain Church, Rocking- 
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Daniel (Frederick S.) A visit to a colonial 

estate [Romancoke, Va.]. Ne'co York, i'&%%. 517- 

524 p. 8°. 
Ext. from Harper's Magazine, March, 1888. 

Saint George's Parish. 
See Fredericksburg above. 

Saint Mark's Parish. 
See Culpeper County above. 



Local History, cont'd. 


Salem. lilank proposal and circular. . .in gold 
refunding bonds. . . Bids will be received until. . . 
March loth, 1900. \^Sale»i, 1900.] 2 1. 8°. 

Salem and the Roanoke Valley: a circular of 
information... Salem, Fa.: Times- Register Power 
Press Print, \i%A. 6S p. S°. 

Roanoke College. Views of Roanoke college 
and vicinity. Salem, n. d. 4 1. S°. 

Addresses at the inauguration of Julius D. 

Dreher as president... Oct. 17, 1879. \_Boston^ 

1879. 62 p. 8°. 

Potter (Charles Nott). The need of limiting 
legislation and patronage; address before the liter- 
ary societies of Roanoke College, Va., June 12, 
1878. Nezu York, 1878. 8°. 

Shenandoah Valley. 

Allan (William). History of the campaign of 

Gen. T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson, in the Shenandoah 

Valley of Virginia, from Nov. 4, 1861, to June 17, 

1862 ; with maps by J. Hotchkiss. Philadelphia, 

1880. 8°. 

Bruce (Thomas). Southwest Virginia and 
Shenandoah Valley. . . Richmond: J. L. Hill Pub. 
Co., 1891. viii, I 1., 259 p. S°. 

Davis (W. W. H.) The campaign of 1861 in the 
Shenandoah Valley. A paper read before the Com- 
mandery of the State of Pennsylvania of the Mili- 
tary Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, 
May 3, 1893. Doylestowii, Pa.: Doylestown Pub. 
Co.,pr., 1893. I p.l., iS p. 8°. 

F. (N. E.) The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. 
Railroad development. Agricultural and industrial 
progress. Magnificent scenery. The wonderful 
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Clipping from the "Valley Virginian," May ig, 18S1. 
IngersoU (Ernest). Through the Shenandoah 
Valley. The chronicle of a leisurely journey through 
the uplands of Virginia. . . With illustrations by 
F. H. Taylor. . .Roanoke, Va.: Shenandoah Valley 
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Nezu York: The Giles Co. [1890] 

76., I map. 12°. 

Jung (Hans). The Germans of the Valley. (In: 
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Richmond, 1902.) 

Kemper (Charles E.) Adam Muller (Miller), 
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Kercheval (Samuel). A history of the valley 
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p.l., xlvi, 47-486 p. 12°. 

2. ed. Woodstock, Va.: J. Gatewood, 

1850. x.wiii, 29-347 p. 8°. 

Patterson (Robert). A narrative of the cam- 
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Philadelphia: J. Campbell, 1865. 128 p. 8°. 

Another copy, large paper. 

3d 1,000. Philadelphia, 1865. 8°. 

Pond (G. E.) The Shenandoah valley in 1864. 

Ne7u York: C. Scribners Sons, 1883. 12°. (Cam- 
paigns of the Civil War. v. 11.) 

Scheibert (J.) Stonewall Jackson's Virginien- 
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p. 8°. 

Repr.: Jahrb. f. d. Deutsche Armee u. Marine. Bd. 31. 

Waddell (Joseph Addison). Scotch-Irish of 
the valley of Virginia, n. p. [1895] 79-99 p. 8°. 
Repr.: Proceed, and Addresses of the Seventh Congress of 
the Scotch-Irish Soc. of America, 1895. 

Wayland (John Walter). The Germans of the 
valley. (In: Virginia Mag. of Hist, and Biog., 
Vol. 9, p. 337-352 ; vol. 10, p. 33-48, 113-130. 


Historic homes. [Shirley, Va., the ancestral 
home of] The Hills and the Carters. . . Baltimore, 
1888. 3 1. 8°. 

Mounted clippings from "The Baltimore Sun," Oct. 13, 


Humphreys (Mary Gay). An old church. [Old 
Brick Church, near Smithfield, Virginia.] n. p., 
n. d. 437-445 P- 8°. 

Thomas (R. S.) The Old Brick Church, near 
Smithfield, Virginia. Built in 1632. A paper read 
before the Virginia Historical Society. . .Dec. 22, 
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Londoti: Elliot Stock, 1906. xiii, x 1., 170 p. I2°. 

Schiff Collection, 



Knox (George William). The development of 
religion in Japan. New York : G. P. Putnam's 
Sons, 1907. xxi, 204 p. 8°. (American lectures 
on the history of religions. Ser. 6, 1905-1906.) 

La;bourt (Hieronymus). * De Timotheo I 
Nestorianorum Patriarcha (728-823) et Christiano- 
rum orientalium condicione sub chaliphis Abba- 
sidis. Accedunt xcix ejusdem Timothei definitiones 
cfnonicre e textu Syriaco inedito, nunc primum 
Latine redditce. Parisiis: Apud Victorem Lecoff're, 
1904. XV, 86 p., 2 1. 8°. 
Schiff Collection. 

Lanessan (Jean Marie Antoine de). L'Etat 
et les eglises en France depuis les origines jusqu'a 
la separation, par J.-L. de Lanessan. Paris : F. 
Alca7i, igo6. vii, 304 p. 12°. 

Leclere (Adhemard). Les livres sacres du 
Cambodge. Pt. i. Paris: E. Leroux, 1 906. 8°. 
(Musee Guimet. Annales: Bibliotheque d'etudes. 
V. 20.) 

Le Dantec (Felix). L'atheisme. Paris : E. 
Flamtnarion, 1906. 2 p.l., iii, 310 p., i 1. 12°. 
(Bibliotheque de philosophic scientifique.) 

Macalister (R. A. Stewart). Bible side- 
lights from the mound of Gezer. A record of ex- 
cavation and discovery in Palestine. London: Hod- 
der (St" Stoughton, 1907. xii, 231 (i) p., 36 pi. 2. ed. 

McCarthy (Michael John F.) Church and 
state in England & Wales, 1820-1906. Dublin: 
Hodges, Eiggis (Sr" Co., 1906. xii, 672 p., 27 pi., 
3 port. 8°. 

McKim (Randolph Harrison). The problem of 
the Pentateuch. An examination of the results of 
the higher criticism. With a foreword by the Dean 
of Canterbury. London:- Longmans, Green, dr' Co., 
1906. xvii, 136 p. 12°. 
Schiff Collection. 

Miller (George Frazier). Adventism answered. 
(The Sabbath question.) Part First. Passing of 
the Law and the introduction of grace. Part sec- 
ond. Some phases of the Gospel liberty. Brooklyn: 
Guide Print, dx' Pub. Co., 1905. 214 p. 12°. 

Morrison (Hew). Manual of the Church 
question in .Scotland: being a handbook to the 
Churches (Scotland) act, 1905, together with the 
Report of the Royal Commission, 1905, and ap- 
pendices. . . Ed. by H. Morrison. Edinburgh: 
Keith dr" Co., 1905. 248 p. 8°. 

Nielsen (Fredrik). The history of the papacy 
in the xixth century. .. Translated under the direc- 
tion of Arthur James Mason. London: J. Murray, 
1906. 2 V. 8". 

V. I. Introduction, Pius vii. 
V. 2. Leo xii. to I'ius ix. 

Orientalischen (Die) Religionen von Edv. 
Lehmann, A. Erman, C. Bezold, II. Oldenberg, I. 
Goldziher, A. Griinwedel, J. J. 1\L de Groot, K. 
Florenz, II. Hass. Berlin: B. G. Teubner, 1906. 
vii, 267 p. (Die Kultur der Gegenwart. Tl. i. 
Abt. 3.) 

Otto (Rudolf). Naturalism and religion... 
Translated by J. Arthur Thomson... and Mar- 
garet R. Thomson. Edited with an introduction 
by Rev. W. D. Morrison. Ne-o York: G. P. Put- 
nam's Sons, 1907. xi, 374 p. 12°. (Crown Theo- 
logical Library.) 

Proofs (The) of life after death, A collation 
of opinions as to a future life by some of the 
world's most eminent . ..thinkers. Comp. and ed. 
by Robert J. Thompson. Boston: Herbert B. Tur- 
ner d-" Co , 1906. 3 p.l., 11-365 p. 8°. 

Putnam (George Haven). The censorship of 
the Church of Rome and its influence upon the 
production and distribution of literature. A study 
of the history of the prohibitory and expurgatory 
indexes, together with some consideration of the 
effects of Protestant censorship and of censorship 
by the state, v. i. Neiv York: G. P. Putnam's 
Sons, 1906. 8°. 

Realencyklopadie f iir protestantische Theo- 
logie und Kirche begrtmdet von J. J. Herzog. In 
dritter. . . Auflage.., hrsg. von A. Hauck. Bd. 
18. Leipzig, 1906. 4°. 

Rix (Herbert). Tent and Testament, a camping 
tour in Palestine with some notes on Scripture sites. 
London: IVtlliams of N'orgate, 1907. xiii, 312 p., 
32 p. 8°. 

Schiff Collection. 

Robinson (E. Kay). The religion of nature. 
Ne-M York: McClure, Philips (5^ Co., 1906. xiii, 
(i), 187 p. 12°. 

Robinson (George Livingstone). Leaders of 
Israel. A brief History of the Hebrews, from the 
earliest times to the downfall of Jerusalem, A. D. 70. 
New York: The Internal. Committee of Y. M. C.A., 
igo6. xi, 2 1., 242 p., I pi. 12°. 

Schiff Colleetion. 

Rogers (Arthur Kenyon). The religious con- 
ception of the world. An essay in constructive 
philosophy. New York: The Macmillan Company, 
1907. 285 p. 12°. 

Rydberg (Viktor). Teutonic mythology. Gods 
and goddesses of the Northland. Authorised trans- 
lation from the Swedish by Rasmus B. Anderson. . 
editor-in-chief... J. W. Buel.. managing editor, 
London: The Norrana Society, igo6. 3 v. pi. 8° 

Sadi (Muslih-al-din). Sadi's scroll of wisdom 
With an introduction by Arthur N. Wollaston 
London: J. Murray, igo6. 63 p. 16°. (Wisdom 
of the East Series.) 

Sanders (Frank Knight), and Henry That- 
cher Fowi.ER. Outlines for the study of Biblical 
history and literature. N^e^v York: C. Scribner's 
Son's, 1906. xiv p.|2 1., 3-233, 7 maps. 12". (The 
Historical Series for Bible Students, v. 9.) 

Serbat (Louis). Les assemblees du clerge de 
France : origines, organisation, developpement, 
1561-1615. Paris: H. Champion, 1906. 4 p.l., 
410 p. 8". (Ecole prat. d. haut. etud. Bibliotheque. 
Sci. hist. et. philol. Facs. 154.) 

Severus ibn al-MukafTa, Bishop of Ushmunain. 
Refutation de Sa'id ibn Batrio (Eutychius) (Le livre 
des conciles). Texte arabe public et traduit par 
P. Chebli. [Paris: Eirmin-Didot ^y Cie., 1905.] 
2 p.l., 125-242 p. 4°. (Patrologia Orientalis, 
Tome 3.) 

Simmel (Georg). Die Religion. Erankfurt am 
Main: Riitter &' Loening [1906]. 79 p. I2^ (Die 
Cjcsellschaft. Sammlung sozialpsychologisher Mono- 
graphien. Band 2.) 

Slater (John Rothwell). * The sources of 
Tyndale's version of the Pentateuch ... University 
of Chicago. Chicago: Univ. 0/ Chicago Pr., 1906. 
56 p. 8°. 



Smend (Rudolf). Die Weisheit des Jesus 
Sirach, erklart von Rudolf Smend. Mit Unter- 
stiitzung der Koniglichen Gesellschaft der Wissen- 
schaften in Gottingen. Berlin: G. Reinier, 1906. 
clix, 517(1) p. 8°. 

Spahn (Martin). Das deutsche Zentrum. 
Maitiz: Kirchheim\\<^o-i'i\. 2 p.l., 117(1) p. 16°. 
(Kulthur und Katholizismus. Bd. 5.) 

Stoss (Paul). Die theosophischen Gesellschaf- 
ten und ihr Verhaltnis zur Freimaurerei und an- 
deren ethischen Bestrebungen der Gegenwart von 
Paul Stoss. Hamburg. Mit Portrrit. Mit einem 
Vorwort hrsg. von Richard Wefers. Hamburg. 
Hamburg: J Kriebel, 1907. 66 p., i port. 8°. 

Sulzbach-Rosenfeld (D. A.) Der Geist 
der Bibel. Moses. IVien : M. Waizner dr^ Sohn, 
1905. 40 p., I 1., I port. 8°. 

Schiff Collection. 

Swedenborg (Emanuel). The proprium; or, 
What of man is not his own, as revealed in the 
Bible and expounded by Emanuel Swedenborg. 
With an introduction by John Bigelow. N'ew York: 
The N'ew Church Bd. of Pub., 190 7. xxxvi, 77 p. 

Gift of Hon. John Bigelow. 

Temple {Sir Richard Carnac), bart. The thirty- 
seven nats. A phase of spirit-worship prevailing 

in Burma. With full-page and other illustrations. 
London : IV. Griggs, 1906. 3 p.l., vi, 71, v, p., 
2 maps, 25 pi. f. 

Thomas (James). Genesis and Exodus as his- 
tory. A critical inquiry. London: Swan, Sonnen- 
schein &^ Co., 1906. 2 p.l., viii-viii, 541 p., 
I map. 12°. 
Schiff Collection. 

Twain (Mark), /j-^W. ti/ Samuel L. Clemens. 
Christian Science. With notes containing correc- 
tions to date. Illustrated. New York: Harper 
&^ Bros., KjO"]. 4 p.l., 3-362 p., 2 pi., I port. 12°. 

Waite (Arthur Edward). Devil-worship in 
France; or, the question of Lucifer. A record of 
things seen and heard in the secret societies ac- 
cording to the evidence of initiates. L^ondon: G. 
Red-tvay, 1896. xii, 325 p. 12°. 

Woods (James Haughton). Practice and 
science of religion. A study of method in com- 
parative religion. London: Long?nans, Green (V 
Co., 1906. viii, I 1., 123 p. 12°. 

Wrede (William). Das literarische Ratsel des 
Hebraerbriefs. Mit einem Anhang iiber den liter- 
arischen Charackter das Barnabasbriefes. Gottin- 
gen: Vandenhoeck^ Kitprecht,\<^ob. viii, 98 p. 8°. 
(Forschungen zur Religion und Literatur des Alten 
und Neuen Testaments. Heft 8.) 
Schiff Collection. 



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Amherst of Hackne}^ Lord . i 

Andre, Tony 3 

Argentina, Am. Consul Gen'l. 3 6 

Bemis, Mrs. Elizabeth . . 144 

Bordeau.x, France, The Mayor 5 

British Museum .... 3 
Brooks, Howard K. . . . i 
Century Company (29 prints). 
Charlottenburg, The Biirger- 

meister 3 

Collins, C. A 18 

Congregation Adath Israel . i 
Coolidge, T. Jefferson . . i 

Delteil, Loys i 

Dexter, Henry i 

Draper, Mrs. Henry (6 prints) 20 8 

Du'veen Brothers .... i 
Ecuador, Director General de 

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Evening Post 190 

Ferencz, Miklus .... i 
Firenze, Comune di, The 

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Frankfurter Zeitung . . . i 2 

Francisco, M. J i 

French, Mrs. E. D. (14 book- 

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Harvard, Astronomical Ob- 

Hawaii, Board of Health 

Horton, J. M 

Hospital Book and News Soc. 
Houghton, Clement S. 
Huntington, Mrs. S. V. V. . 
India, Bombay Presidency . 
Internat. Typography Union 
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MAX 1907 
ToT^UME XI • Number 5 

Report for April 183-180 

List op Works relating to Folk Songs, Folk Music, Bal- 
lads, ETC 187-226 

Principal Accessions in April 227-231 

Principal Donors in April 232 



William W. Appleton. Alexander Maitland. 

John Bigelow. J. Pierpont Morgan. 

John L. Cadwalader. Morgan J. O'Brien. 

Andrew Carnegie. Stephen H. Olin. 

Cleveland II. Dodge. Alexander E. Orr. 

John Murphy Farley. Henry C. Potter. 

Samuel Greenhaum. George L. Rives. 

H. Van Rensselaer Kennedy. Charles Rowland Russell. 

John S. Kennedy. Edward W. Sheldon. 

Edward King. George W. Smith. 

Lewis Cass Ledyard. Frederick Sturges. 

George Brinton McClellan, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Merman A. Metz, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio. 
Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, ex officio. 


President, Hon. John Bigelow, LL.D. 
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. 
Second Vice-President, John S. Kennedy, Esq. 

Secretary, Charles Howland Russell, Esq., 425 Lafayette Street. 
Treasurer, Edward King, Esq., Union Trust Company, 80 Broadway. 
Director, Dr. John S. Billings, 425 Lafayette Street. 


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East Bro.'^dway, 197. (Educational Alliance Building.) 

RiviNGTON Street, 61. 

Le Roy Street, 66. (Hudson Park.) 

Bond Street, 49. Near the Bowery. 

Sth Street. 135 Second Avenue. (Ottendorfer,) 

loth Street, 331 East. (Tompkins Square.) 

13th Street, 251 West. Near Sth Avenue. (Jackson Square.) 

22d Street, 230 East. Near 2d Avenue. (Epiphany.) 

23d Street, 209 West. Near 7th Avenue. (Muhlenberg. Department Headquarters.) 

34th Street, 215 East. Between 2d and 3d Avenues. 

40th Street, 501 West. Between loth and nth Avenues. (St. Raphael's.) 

42d Street, 226 W^est. Near 7th Avenue. (George Bruce.) 

50th Street, 123 East. Near Lexington Avenue. (Cathedral.) 

51st Street, 463 West. Near loth Avenue. (Sacred Heart.) 

SSth Street, 121 East. Near Le.xington Avenue. 

67th Street, 32S East. Near ist Avenue. 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. (Riverside. Travelling Libraries.) 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A. (Webster.) 

79th Street, 222 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Yorkville.) 

Sist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue. (St. Agnes. Blind Library.) 

96th Street, 112 East. P>etween Lexington and Park Avenues. 

looth Street, 206 West. Near Broadway. (Bloomingdale.) 

iioth Street, 174 East. Near 3d Avenue. (Aguilar.) 

123d Street, 32 West. (Harlem Library Branch.) 

125th Street, 224 East. Near 3d Avenue. 

135th Street, 103 West. Near Lenox Avenue. 

145th Street, 503 West. (Hamilton Grange.) 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. (Washington Heights.) 


140th Street, 321 East, cor. Alexander Avenue. (Mott Haven.) 
176th Street. 1866 Washington Avenue. (Tremont.) 
230th Street. 3041 Kingsbridge Avenue. (Kingsbridge.) 


Tottenville. Amboy Road, near Prospect Avenue. 
Port Richmond. 12 Bennett Street. 





Vol. XI. 

May, 1907. 

No. 5. 


Reference Department. 

During the month of April there were received at the Library by purchase, 
2,578 volumes and 649 pamphlets; by gift, 1,287 volumes and 2,723 pamphlets; 
and by exchange, 199 volumes and 9,562 pamphlets, making a total of 4,064 vol- 
umes and 11,934 pamphlets. 

There were catalogued 3,579 volumes and 2,098 pamphlets; the number of cards 
written was 10,836, and of slips for the copying machine 2,507 ; from the latter were 
received 9,490 cards. 

The following table shows the number of readers, and the number of volumes 
consulted, in both the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, also the number 
of visitors to the Print Exhibition at the Lenox during the month: 







No. of readers and visitors 













No. of readers 

No. of readers, desk applicants 

No. of volumes consulted by desk ap- 

Daily average of readers 

No. of visitors to Print Exhibition, etc. 


Circulation Department. 

The most popular books of the month were (in non-liction) : Ibsen's Plays, 
Benson's " Upton Letters," Van Dyke's " Studies in Pictures"; (adult fiction): 
Chambers's "Fighting Chance," Mason's " Running Water, " Nicholson's " Port 
of Missing Men"; (juvenile fiction): Lang's Fairy Books, Barbour's " On Your 
Mark," Aldrich's " Story of a Bad Boy." 


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East Broadway, 33 

East Broadway, 197 

Rivington Street, 61 

Le Roy Street, 66 

Bond Street, 49 

8th Street. 135 Second Avenue 

loth Street, 331 East 

13th Street, 251 West 

22d Street, 230 East 

23d Street, 209 West 

34th Street, 215 East 

40th Street, 501 West 

42d Street, 226 West 

50th Street, 123 East 

51st Street, 463 West 

59th Street, 113 East 

67th Street, 328 East 

69th Street. 190 Amsterdam Avenue. 

Travelling Libraries 

77th Street. 1465 Avenue A 

79th Street, 222 East 

8ist Street. 444 Amsterdam Avenue . 

Blind Library 

96th Street, 112 East 

looth Street, 206 West 

iioth Street, 174 East 

123d Street, 32 West 

125th Street, 224 East 

135th Street, 103 West 

145th Street, 503 West 

156th Street. 922 St. Nicholas Avenue. 

140th Street and Alexander Avenue. . . 
176th Street and Washington Avenue. 
Kingsbridge Avenue, 2933 


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Among the gifts received during the month may be mentioned those from: 
Francis R. Abbott, "Studies in plant and organic chemistry," by Helen Abbott 
Michael, with biographical sketch, Cambridge, 1907; from the city of Bergen, 
12 volumes, city documents; from Charles Edward Cheney, a copy of his "The 
second Norman conquest," Chicago, 1907; from the East Africa Protectorate, a 
copy of the " Handbook for East Africa, Uganda and Zanzibar," 1907; from John 
Henry Hill, 9 prints, including 6 etchings and 2 mezzotints by himself; from Her- 
man Hollerith, a collection of reports, 95 volumes and 35 pamphlets, relating to 
the first general census of the population of Russia, 1897; from the Secretary of 
State, Iowa, 15 volumes and 2 pamphlets, Iowa documents; from Hall N. Jackson, 
18 volumes, the Cincinnati Weekly Times, and the Weekly Star; from the Central 
Committee of the Jewish Colonization Association, St. Petersburg, 4 volumes, 24 
pamphlets, and a number of broadsides, including the reports of the committee, 
pamphlets in the Russian and Hebrew languages relating to emigration, etc. ; from 
Dr. George Wilds Linn, a copy of his " History of a fragment of the Clan Linn," 
1907; from Prof. Diocleziano Mancini, his translation of "Dal Canzoniere di 
Beranger," Terni, 1907; from L. N. Mandelstein, no volumes in Russian, Hebrew, 
and German; from A. R. Mander, 3 volumes and 3 pamphlets, theosophical works; 
from Prof. D.Panajotov, 7 pamphlets, including "Kniga o Yevreyima . . . par S. A." ; 
from David C. Preyer, a copy of "Whistler, notes and footnotes and other memo- 
randa," by A. E. Gallatin, New York, 1907; from J. D. Smillie, 131 engravings by 
R. Hinshehvood, comprising 136 plates; from J. W. Smith, 4 volumes of "The 
Mentor," a magazine relating to the blind; and from Sir Charles E. Howard Vin- 
cent, a copy of his "The police code and general manual of the criminal law," 14th 
ed., London, 1907. 

Picture bulletins and temporary collections of books on special shelves at the 
circulation branches were as follows: East Broadway, Birthdays of celebrated 
men and women, Edward Everett Hale, Out of door books, Washington Irving; 
RiviNGTON Street, Cuba; Bond Street, Flowers, Polarized light. Mediaeval Japan, 
Picturesque New Zealand, American composers, Wireless telegraphy ; Hudson Park, 
City of Washington, Cowboy life, Southern California, Home Culture, Indians; 
Ottendorfer, Japan, Wild animals of Africa; Tompkins Square, Gardening, House 
and home; Muhlenberg, Bismarck, Gladstone, Modern Government, Song and song 
writers; 34TH Street, Geography of North America; George Bruce, Old time 
gardens; Sacred Heart, Shakespeare; 67TH Street, Gardeners' books; Riverside, 
Country homes, Play hour, Telephone and engineering; Yorkville, First aid to 
injured. Nature stories; St. Agnes, Sea tales. Famous pictures. Peace conference; 
96TH Street, Printing, Ancient Egypt, Trial by jury. Great Charter, Wallace and 
Bruce, Hundred years' war, Chaucer and Caxton, Discovery of Gold in California 
and Alaska, New York State Government, Causes of American Revolution, Japan, 
Robert E. Lee, Debtors' prisons; Bloomingdale, Candy country. Birds' nests, 
Celebrated paintings; Aguilar, Porto Rico, The Bermudas, Jamaica, Colorado, 
Austrian Tyrol, Turkey, Cuba, Chili, Peru, Antarctic region, Consumption ; 125TH 
Street, West Indies, Concord and Lexington, Gardening, Surveying; 135TH Street, 
Nature study. School stories; Mott Haven, Benjamin Franklin ; Tremont, Ancient 
Egypt, Pyramids, Animals of Africa, Bird notes, Edgar Allan Poe, Gardening, 


History of settlement work, Japan, New York Aquarium, Suez Canal, The coming 
people; Port Richmond, Books for girls, Outdoors in April; Tottenville, The 

In addition there were bulletins on Arbor Day at eleven branches, on Spring 
at seven branches, on Jamestown Exposition at seven branches, on new books at 
seven branches, on birds at three branches, on Panama Canal at two branches, and 
on astronomy at two branches. 

At the Lenox Branch, the exhibition of American engravings was continued. 
The exhibition of etchings by the late Dr. L. M.Yale was open until the 13th April, 
and was replaced on the 15th by an exhibition of bookplates and other engravings 
by the late E. D. French. 

At the AsTOR Branch, Martin's " Oriental carpets " remained on view during 
the month. On the 6th of April Champier's " Les anciens almanachs de Paris " 
were replaced by a collection of American etchings, lithographs and engravings, 
and by Robert Shaw's Etchings of historic spots. 

The new building for the 59TH Street Branch of the library (henceforth to be 
called the 58TH Street Branch) was formally opened on Friday, May 10, at 4.30 p.m. 
This building, which is situated at 121 East 58th Street, is noteworthy for the width 
of its front — 65 feet — and the fact that it has separate entrances for children and 
adults. The branch occupying this building was formerly one of the branches of 
the Aguilar Free Library, and from February, 1898, until its consolidation with the 
New -York Public Library on March i, 1903, it served also as the headquarters 
of the Aguilar Library. At the opening exercises the City was represented by the 
Hon. Patrick F. McGowan, President of the Board of Aldermen, and the trustees 
by Dr. Billings, Director of the library. 

Music was furnished by the Palley String Quartet, and by Mrs. Speke-Seeley. 


Order of Arrangement : 


General Works. 

General Collections. 
Songs of various nations. 


Aubry (Pierre). Esquisse d'une bibliographic 
de la chanson populaire en Europe. Paris: A. 
Record 6^ Fils, 1905. 37 p., i 1. 4°- (Essais de 
musicologie comparee.) 

Esquisse d'une bibliographie de la chanson 

populaire hors de France. (La Revue musicale, 
V. 5, no. 5, pp. 131-142. Paris, 1905.) 

Crai^ford (26. earl) and Balcarres (9. earl), 
James Lodovic Lindsay. Early bindings, broad- 
sides, proclamations and ballads, exhibited by the 
Earl of Crawford at the soiree of the Society of 
Antiquaries, 23d June, 1886. [London, 1886.] 

2 p.l., 3-8 p. 12°. 

Engel (Karl). The literature of national 
music. London: Novello, Eiuer &^ Co., 1879. 

3 p.l., 108 p. 8°. 

Harvard University Library. Catalogue of 
English and American chap-books and broad- 
side ballads in Harvard College Library. Cam- 
bridge: Library of Harvard University, 1905. 

Miller (George Morey). Bibliography. (In 
his: The dramatic element in the popular ballad. 
Cincinnati, 0., I905. 8°. p. 57-59.) 

Neivton (T. U.) Catalogue of old ballads in 
the possession of Frederic Ouvry. London, iSjj. 

Sedgwick (William Ellery). Catalogue of the 
library of the late W. E. Sedgwick. , .an extraordi- 
nary collection of books of ballads and songs. . . 
sold at auction at the Clinton Hall sale rooms. , . 
Mar. 27 and 28. N'ew York: Leavitt, 1877. 68 p. 

Society of Antiquaries of London. Catalogue 
of a collection of printed broadsides in the posses- 
sion of the society, compiled by R. Lamon. xi (i) 
228 p. ill. London: The Society, 1866. 4°. 

General Works. 

Bach-Sisley (Jean). L'evolution de la chan- 
son. (Rev. de France. Annce 3, pp. 1030-1044; 
1 1 23-1 1 33; II 86-11 96. Paris, 1898.) 

Boeckel (Otto). Psychologic der Volksdich- 
tung. Leipzig: B. G. Teubner, 1906. i p.l., iii-v 
(1)432 p. 8°. 

Elson (Louis C.) The influence of folk-song 
upon classical music. (Intcrnat. Quar. v. 7, 
pp. 32-44. Burlingto7i, Vt., 1903.) 

Engel (Karl). An introduction to the study of 
national music. London: Longmans, 1866. x (i), 
435 p. 8°. 

Musical myths and facts. London: No- 
vello, Eioer ^Co., 1876. 2 v. 8°. 

Eschelbach (Hans). Rettet das Volkslied. 
Titelillustration von Aloys Sieberath. Berlin: Ball 
(S^ Pickardt, 1901. 30 p. 8°. 

Fitz-gerald (S. J. A.) Stories of famous 
songs. London : J. C. ISlimmo, 1898. xviii, 
426 p. 8°. 

Folk Song Society. Annual report. June, 
1905. London, 1905. 12°. 

Journal, v. i-date. (T899-date.) \_London, 

1899-date.l 8°. 

Gummere (F. B.) Primitive poetry and the 
ballad. (Modern Philol. v. i, pp. 193-202. Chi- 
cago, 1903.) 

Kahle (B.) Uber einige Volksliedvarianten. 
(Allemannia. n. s. v. 6 (v. 23), pp. 49-56. Frei- 
burg, 1905.) 

Kastner i(Jean Georges). Les Sirenes; essai 
sur les principaux mythes relatifs a I'incantation, 
les enchanteurs, la musique magique, le chant du 
Cygne, etc. . .suivi de Le reve d'Oswald; ou, Les 
sirenes, grande symphonic dramatique vo9ale et 
instrumentale. [Paroles de F. Maillan. Partition.] 
Paris: G. Brandus, 1858. 2 p.l., vii, 164 p., 
207 p. of music, 12 pi. f°. 

Krehbiel (Henry Edward). Folk-music stud- 
ies. Music of the Orient. Ancient theories 
and modern practices in Hindostan, Egypt, Tur- 
key, Persia and Greece. . .The bibliography of the 
subject. 4 1. 4°. 

Clipping from the New York Daily Tribune of Sunday, 
Aug. 13, iSgg. 

Musical literature. National and Folk- 
music. An outline of study. . .Bibliography. 5 1. 


Clipping from the New York Daily Tribune of Sunday, 
July 2, 1899. 

Musical matters. Work for musical and 

literary clubs. The Tribune's suggestions for a 
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Clipping from the New York Daily Tribune of Sunday, 
June 4, iSgg. 

Lacombe (Louis). Naissance et de'veloppe- 
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de musique. No. 10, p. 601-611. Paris, 1898.) 

Lang (Andrew). Notes on ballad origins. 
(Folk-Lore. v. 14, pp.147-161. London, 1902,) 

Martiengo-Cesaresco {Countess E.) Essays 
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1886. xl, 395 p. 12°. 


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Genrral JForks, cont'd. 

Miller ^George Morey). The dramatic element 
in the popular ballad. Cincinnati, 0. : The Uni- 
z-iTsity of Cincinnati Press, 1905. 59 p. S°. 
(University of Cincinnati University Studies, 
ser. 2. V. II- ) 

Niecks (Frederick). Edward Grieg, the Nor- 
wegian composer, a critical study preceded by a 
short chapter on Folk-music and nationality, con- 
sidered in their relations to art-music. (Monthly 
musical record, v. 3, pp. 9S, 113, 129. London, 

Ritter (Herman). L'eber Volksmusik und 
Volksgesang in alter und neuer Zeit. (Die Musik. 
3. Tahr., I., Heft 4., pp. 25S-26S. Berlin, 1903.) 

Root (.Frederick W.) Folk-music. i port 
(Arch. Intemat. Folk-Lore Assoc. Chicago, 1S9S. 
S\ V. I, Cong. World's Col. Exposition, pp. 424- 

Salmon (Arthur L.) Some further folk- 
rhymes. (Gentleman's Maga. v. 290, pp. 614- 
620. Lender, 1901.) 

Volk- songs translated from the Actacompara- 
tionis iittcramm universarum [compiled by Dr. 
Hugo von Meltzel] by Henry Phillips jr. Phila- 
delphia, 1S55. 37 p. 16°. 

Wheeler (Edith). My experience of folk-song 
coHec::r.g. (Donahoe's Maga. v. <2, pp. 44S-454. 
Bosu-n. 1904.) 

White (R. G.) National hymns; how they are 
written, and how they are not written: a lyric and 
national study for the times. Xeu< York: Rtidd 6^ 
Carle ton, lS6'l. x, II-152 pp. S^ 

Wolf (Ferdinand). Ueber die Lais, Sequenzen 
und Leiche. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der rhyt- 
mischen Formen und Singweisen der Volkslieder 
und der volksmassigen Kirchen- und Kunstlieder 
im Mittelalter. Heidelberg : C. F. Winter, 1S41. 
2 p.l.,vii-r\-i, =;i4p., i 1., S facsim., 2S p. of music. 

Gener_vl Collections. 

Alpine (The) gleesinger: a complete collection 
of secular and social music, arranged in four vocal 
parts. . .with a full course of vocal exercises for the 
cultivation of the voice, and for improvement in 
musical notation. By W. B. Bradbur\-. Xeic York: 
M. H. Xetiman ^ Co., 1050. 304 p. obi. I2'. 

Berggreen (Andreas Peter). Folke-Sange og 
Melodier, Fadrelandske og fremmede. samlede og 
udsatte for Pianoforte. Kjdbenhavn,ii>b()-~i. 11 v. 
in 5. obi. 5\ 

Damrosch (Frank). Folk-songs and part-songs, 
with preparatorj- exercises for choral classes. JVew 
York: G. Schirmer, cop. 1S96. xv, 80 p. 8'. 

Elson (Louis Charles). Folk songs of many 
nations. Collected and edited, with preface and 
annotations by L. C. Elson. New York : John 
Church Co. [1905] I p.l., 171 p. 4°- 

Gautier (Judith). Les musiques bizarres a 
I'exposition de 1900. Transcrites par Benedictus. 
Paris: Soc.d' Editions littdraires et artistiques, 1900. 
5 pms. S°. 

Les Chants de Madagascar; Danse javanaise, Danse da 
Diable ; La musique egyptienne ; La musique indo-chinoise ; 
La musique japonaise. 

Gervinus (Victoria). Volksliederbuch. So 
Volkslieder. . .[of many nations], mit deutschen 
Text und Klavierbegleitung zusammengestellt von 
V. G. Leipzig: Brtitkopf 6^ Hdrtel [i 896 ?J 3 p. 1. , 
96 p. 4' . 

Israel (Karl). Sammlung von deutschen, 
schwedischen, bretonischen, portugiesischen, un- 
garischen, und anderen Nationalmelodien flir 
Clavier bearbeitet von K. I. Leipzig: Breitkopf 
^^ Hdrtel \\i—\ 2 Hefte. V. 

Kappey (T. -A..) Songs of Eastern Europe. 
A collection of 100 Volkslieder of Austria, Bohemia, 
Hungary-. . .and other countries, with English words 
by C. Kappey, edited by J. A. Kappey. London: 
Boosey &' Co.\\Z^l\ 2 p.l., 190 p. 4'- (Royal 

Macgregor John). Eastern music: twenty 
melodies from the Egyptian, Greek, Jewish, Sman, 
Turkish and Arabic, for the voice, dulcimer, and 
drum, with pianoforte accompaniments. Lofidon: 
J. A. Xrz-::- [iS— ]. 34 p.. 7 pl- S°. 

Rebbeling (L.) Volkslieder-Album. 100 be- 
liebie Volkslieder fiir das Pianoforte uebertragen 
von L. Rebbeling. Braunschweig: H. Litolff 
[183—?]. 50 p. f°. (Collection Litolff. v. 443.) 

Reiman (Heinrich). Internationales Volks- 
liederbuch. Eine Sammlung auslandischer Volks- 
lieder bearb. und hrsg. von H. Reiman. Berlin: 
X. Sirnrcck [pref. 1S93]. Bd. 1-3. 4"- 

Schumann (Robert Alexander). Album for 
young pianists. . .by Robert Schumann. Op. 68. 
London: Novella, Ewer cr= Co. [iS — ] i p.l., 76 p. 


Contains also his: " Kinderscenen," as Nos. 44-56. 

Sousa (John Philip). National, patriotic, and 
typical airs of all lands, with copious notes. 283 p. 
Philadelphia: H. Coleman [cop. 1S90]. V . 

Stevenson (i'zV John Andrew). A selection 
of popular national airs, with symphonies and ac- 
companiments. The words by T. Moore. London: 
J. Pozver, iSiS. 5 p.l., 116 p. f^ 

Unsere Lieblinge. Die schonsten Melodien 
alter und neuer Zeit in leichter Bearbeitung fur das 
Pianoforte. Mit einem Vorworte von Karl Reinecke. 
Heft I. Leipzig: Breitkopf &= Hdrtel \i'S>—]. 2 p.l., 
41 p. i'-. 

Zvirich. — Zitrcherische Schulsynode. Sammlung 
von Volksgesangen fur den Mannerchor. Heraus- 
o-egeben von einer Commission der Ziircherischen 
Schulsynode. Zurich: Ziircher und Furrer [iS — ]. 
335 p. 4. ed. i6\ 

Words and music. 


Rossini (Carlo Conti). Conti popolari tigrai. 
(Ztsch. f. Assyriologie. v. 17, pp. 23-52; v. iS, 
pp. 320-3S6. Strassburg, 1903-05.) 

Chants populaires des Afghans, recueillis par 
James Darmesteter. Paris: Imp. N'ationale, 188S- 
90. 3 p.l., xil, ccxviii, I I., 299, 223 p., 2 1. 8'. 
(Societe asiatique. Collection d'ou\Tages orientaux. 
2. ser.) 


See Abyssinian, Arabic, Negro, Tuareg. 



I canti popolari albanesi e i miei critici. [By 
D. de Grazia.] Koto: F. Zammit, 18S9. 20 p. 8°. 


Muendel (C.) Elsassische Volkslieder gesam- 
meit und herausgegeben von C. Miindel. Strass- 
burg: K. J. Trubtier, 1S84. xiv, (2), 302 p. 16°. 

Teichznann (Wilhelm). Unsere elsassischen 
Volkslieder. (Jahrb. f. Geschichte, Sprache u. 
Lit. Elsass-Lothringens. Jahrg. 20, pp. 130-160. 
Strassburg, 1 904.) 

Weckerlin (J. B.) Chansons populaires de 
I'Alsace. Paris, 1SS3. 2 v. 16'. (Les litteratures 
populaires de toutes les nations, 17-1S.) 


See Indian (American), Spanish-American, United 



Abu Tenunam (Habib ibn Aus). Hamasa.oder, 
Die altesten arabischen Volkslieder, gesammelt von 
Abu Teminam, iibersetzt und erlautert von F. 
Riickert. Stuttgart: S. G. Lieschi»g,i?>^b. 2 i. 

Altmann (Julius). Die Wiistenharfe. Eine 
Sammlung arabischer Volkslieder. Nach im Russ- 
land befindlichen, zum Theil slawisirten, zum Theil 
latinisirten Codices zum ersten Male in Deutsche 
ubertragen. Leipzig: Falcke und Rossler, 1S56. 
xviii, I 1., 183 p., I pi. 16°. 

Chansons populaires arabes en dialecte du 
Caire d'apres les manuscrits d'un chanteur des rues: 
specimen public par M. U. Bouriant. Paris: E. 
Lc-roux. iig2>- 2p.l.,i6op. 4°. (Mission archeolo- 
gique francaise au Cairo.) 

Daniel (Salvador). Chansons arabes, mauresques 
at Kabvles. Transcrites pour chant et piano [parj 
S. Dan'iel. Paris: Costallat &' Cie. [18—] i p.L, 
35, 4 p. f°- 

Fawcett (F.) A popular Mopla song. (Indian 
Antiquar}-. v. 2S, pp. 64-71. Bombay, 1S99.) 

Fleischer (H. L.) Neuarabische Volkslieder. 
(Deutsche morgenland. Gesellsch. Ztsch. v. 11, 
pp. 66S-6SS. Leipzig, 1S57.) 

Goldziher (Ignaz). Jugend- und Strassen- 
poesie in Kairo. (Deutsche morgenland. Gesellsch. 
Ztsch. v. 33, pp. 60S-630. Leipzig, 1S79.) 

Hartman (Martin). Arabische Lieder aus 
Syrien. (Deutsche morgenland. Gesellsch. Ztsch. 
V. 51, PP- 177-214- Leipzig, 1S97.) 

Lieder der Libyschen Wiiste. Die Quellen 

und die Texte nebst einem Exkurse iiber die be- 
deutenderen Beduinenstamme des westlichen Un- 
teragj-pten. Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus, 1S99. 4 
p.l., 243 p. S^. (Abhandlungen fiir die Kunde des 
Morgenlandes hrsg. von der Deutschen Morgenl. 
Gesellsch. v. 11, no. 3.) 

Hornbostel (Erich von). Phonographirte 
tunesische Melodien. (Quarterly ^lagazine of the 
International Musical Society, v. 8, part i, pp. 
1-43- Leipzig, T906.) 

Littmann (Enno). Neuarabische Volkspoesie, 
gesammelt und iibersetzt von E. Littmann. 
(Konigl. Gesellsch. d. Wissensch. zu Gottingen, 

Abhandl., philolog.-hist. Klasse, n. s. v. 5; no. 3, 
pp. I-158. Berliii, 1902.) 

Meissner (Bruno). Neuarabische Gedichte 
aus dem Iraq. (Berlin-Universitat. -Seminar fur 
orientalische Sprachen. Mittheil. Jahrg. 5, Ab- 
theil 2, pp. 77-131; Jahrg. 6, Abtheil. 2, pp. 57- 
125; Jahrg. 7, Abtheil. 2, pp, 266-276. Berlin, 

Muhammad ibn Ismail al- Misri. Saiinat al- 
malik. [A collection of songs in various specified 
metres, with an introduction on music] Cairo, 
1S93. 496 p. 8^. 

Noeldeke (Th.) Delectus carminum Arabico- 
rum, carmine selegit et edidit N. Glossarium con- 
fecit A. Mueller. Berolini, 1890. 16°. (Porta 
linguarum Orientalium, Paris 13.) 

Rouanet (Jules). La chanson populaire arabe 
en Algerie. (Revue musicale, v. 5, No. 5, pp. 161- 
163. Paris, 1905.) 

Sachau(Karl Eduard). Arabische Volkslieder 
aus Mesopotamien. 96 p. (Kou. Preuss. Akad. 
d. Wiss. Berlin. Abh. Philos.-Hist. Kl. 1SS9. 
Berlin, 1890. 4°-) 

Schafer (Heinrich). The songsof an Egyptian 
peasant, collected and translated into German by 
H. Schaefer. English edition by F. H. Breasted. 
Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs, 1904. xxiv, 14S p. 12°. 

Sonneck (C.) Chants arabes du Maghreb. 
Etude sur le dialecte et la poesie populaire de 
I'Afriquedu Nord. Paris: J. Maisonneuve, 1902— 
06. 2 v. in 3. 4". 

Six chansons arabes en dialecte maghrebin, 

publiees, traduites et annotes. (Jour, asiatique. 
ser. 9, V. 13, pp. 471-520; v. 14, pp. 121-156, 
223-257. Paris, 1899.) 

Stumme (Hans). Marchen und Gedichte aus 
der Stadt Tripolis in Nordafrika. Eine Sammlung 
transkribierter prosaischer und poetischer Stiicke 
im arabischen Dialekte der Stadt Tripolis, nebst 
Ubersetzung, Skizze des Dialekts und Glossar. 
Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs, 1S9S. x, 317 p. S°. 

Tripolitanisch-tunische Beduinenlieder. 

Leipzig: _/. C. Hinrichs, 1894. x, 153 p. 8°. 

Tunische ^Maerchen und Gedichte. . . Leip- 
zig: J. C. Hinrichs, 1873, 2v. in I. 8% 

Wallin (G. A. ) Probe aus einer Anthologie 
neuarabischer Gesange, in der Wiiste gesammelt. 
(Deutsche morgenland. Gesellsch. Ztsch. v. 5, 
pp. 1-23; V. 6, pp. 190-218; 369-37S. Leipzig, 


Armenian popular songs, translated into Eng- 
lish by the Rev. Leo. M. Alishan. . .of the Mechi- 
taristic Society. Venice: S. Lazarus, 18^2. 2 p.l., 
85 p., I I. 8°. 

Venice: S. LazarTis, 18SS. 3. ed. 

S3p., il. S°. 

Koutchak (Nahabed). Vieux chants Armeni- 
ens. (La rev. blanche, v. 26, pp. 217-221. Paris, 

Petermann (J. H.) Ueber die Musik der 
Armenier. (Deutsche morgenland. Gesellsch. 
Ztsch. V. 5, pp. 365-372, 12 pages music. Leip- 
zig, 1S51.) 

I go 


Armenian, confd. 

Poemes armeniens, anciens et modernes, tra- 
duits par Archagf Tchobanian et precedes d'une 
etude de Gabriel Mourey sur la poesie et I'art ar- 
meniens. Paris: A, Charles, 1902. 104 p. 12°. 


See also Bohemian, German, Hungarian, 

Moravian, and Swiss. 

Blumml (E. K.) Germanische Totenlieder, 
mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung Tirols. Music. 
(Archiv f. Anthrop. v. 33, pp. 149-181. Braun- 
schrveig, 1906.) 

Notizen zum steirischen Volksliede. [Hrsg. 

von E. K. Buemml.] (Ztschr. d. Vereins f. \'olks- 
kunde. Jahrg. 16(1906). pp. 324-32S; 436-440. 
Berlin, 1905). 

Bluminl(E. K.), and R. Zoder. Joseph Lan- 
ner's Fortleben im Volkslied. (Monthly Journal of 
the International Musical Society, v. 8. Part i. 
pp. 6-12. Leipzig, 1906.) 

[Bohm (Gustav).] Steyermarker Volkslied. [By 
Gustav Bohm, arranged for piano, guitar, soprano 
or tenor. English and German text.] Brooklyn, 
cop. 1S55. 5 p. f°. (The Vocalist's repertory of 
elegant songs. No. 7.) 

Branky (Franz). Der Text und der Verfas- 
ser des Binderliedes. (Ztschr. f. osterr. Volks- 
kunde. Jahrg. 4, pp. 235-237. Wien, 1898.) 

Haydecker (Sebastian). Volks-Lieder in ob- 
derennischer Mundart von Sebastian Haydecker an 
alio meino Landsleut. Linz, 1847. 170 p. 12° 

Hock (Stefan). Osterreichische Tiirkenlieder 
(1788-1790). (Euphorion. v. 11, pp. 90-103. 
Leipzig, 1904.) 

John (Alois). Die " Wilhelmine." (Ztsch. f. 
osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 6, pp. 30-34. Wien, 

Karner (P. Lambert). Zwei Volkslieder. 
(Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 3, pp. 1-3. 
Wien, 1897.) 

Marx (A.) Kleine Spott und Trutzlieder, wie 
sie gelegentlich des Weisens (Zahlen des Mahles) 
bei den Bauern-Hochzeiten im Mtirzthale gesungen 
vverden. (Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 4, 
pp. 295-296. Wien, 189S.) 

Mayerhofer (Hermann). Recrutenlieder vom 
niederosterreichischen Flachland. (Ztsch. f. osterr. 
Volkskunde. Jahrg. 6, pp. 193-200. Wien, 1900.) 

Moses (Heinrich). Drei Nachtwachterlieder. 
(Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 3, pp. 178- 
179. Wien, 1S97.) 

Oesterreichische Volkslieder mit ihren 
Singeweisen gesammelt und herausgegeben von 
Fr. Ziskaund J. ^L Schottky. Pesth, 1S19. 8\ 

Piger (Franz Paul), Das Schnaderhiipfel in 
der Iglauer Sprachinsel. (Ztschr. f. osterr. Volks- 
kunde. Jahrg. 4, pp. 6-28. Wien, 1898.) 

Retzbach (Eduard). Nachtwachterrufe, 
(Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 3, pp. 249- 
254. Wien, 1897.) 

Rosegger (Petri Kettenfeier), and Richard 
Heuuergek. Volkslieder aus Steiermark mit Me- 
lodieen. Pest, 1872. sq. 8°. 

Schlossar (Anton). Deutsche Volkslieder aus 
Steiermark. (Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. 
Jahrg. I, pp. 129-138. Wien, 1895.) 

Tyrolese melodies as sung by the Ranier 
family. Arranged with symphonies and accom- 
paniments by Friedrich Muller. Boston: Geo. P. 
Reed , cop. 1841. 4 pms. f°. 

Contents: The Tyrolese War song, 7 p.; The alpine hunters, 
6 p.; The handsome Louise, 7 p.; Was it not at once? 4 p. 

Urban (Michael). Altere egerlander Volks- 
lieder. (Ztschr. f. osterr. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 4, 
pp. 161-172. Wien, 1898.) 

Wackernell (J. E.) Aeltere Volkslieder und 
volkstlimliche Lieder aus Tirol. (Archiv fiir das 
Studium der neueren Sprachen und Litteraturen. 
Braunsch-iveig, 1898-99. 8°. v. loi (N. S., v. i), 
pp. 283-308; v. 102 (N. S., V. 2), pp. 1-28.) 

Dieterich (Karl). Die Volksdichtung der 
Balkanlander in ihren gemeinsamen Elementen. 
(Ztsch. d. Vereines f. Volkskunde. Jahrg. 12, 
pp. 145-155; 272-291; 303-415. Berlin, 1902.) 

Prohle (Wilhelm). Baschkirische Volkslieder. 
(Rev. orientale (Keleti Szemle), v. 6, pp. 12-26. 
Budapest, 1 905.) 

Chants populaires du pays basque; paroles et 
musique originales; recueillies et publiees avec tra- 
duction fran9aise par J. D. J. Sallabevry. Bayonne: 
Lamaignere, 1870. x, I 1., 415 p. 4°. 

Palamedes. The oldest Basque song. (Notes 
and (Queries, ser. 9, v. 5, pp. 471-472. London, 

See Arabic above. 


See also Flemish and \^ aXloon belozu. 

Chansons populaires des provinces beiges. 

Anthologie, introduction, harmonisations et notes 

par E. Closson. Bruxelles: Schott Freres, cop. 

1905. xvi, 3 1., 223 p. f°. 

Motte (Alfred). A I'union, a la fraternite. 
Dedie a la societe des etudiants de Gand. Musique 
de Fl. van Duyse. n. p.,n. d. 2 pp. 8°. 

Terry (Leonard), and Leopold Chaumont. 
Recueil d'airs de cramignons et de chansons popu- 
laires a Liege. Li^ge : H. Vaillant-Carmanne, 
1889. XV, 597 p. 8°. 


Feifalik (Julius). Zwei boehmische Volks- 
bticher zur Sage von Braunschweig [.\lso] Nach- 
trag... (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.-Hist. 
CI. Sitzungsb. Bd. 29, pp. 83-97; " Nach- 
trag " in Bd. 32. pp. 322-331. Wien, 1S59- 
1860. 8°.) 

Helfert (J. A. F. von). Volkslied und Tanz. 
Das Wiederautleben der bohmischen Sprache und 
Literatur. Die altesten Denkmale bohmischen 
Schriftthums und der Streit liber deren Aechtheit. 
(In: Vlach (J.) Die Cecho-Slaven. Wien, 1883, 
8°. pp. 161-450.) 



Bohemian, cont'd. 

Martinovsky (Johann Paul). Napewy pisni 
narodnich y Cechach Sbirka K. J. Erbena. Prii- 
wodem Fortepiana opatril J. P. Martinowsky. 
Zwarzek i vv. Praze: J. Hoffmann [1842-184-?]. 
201 p. 4"'. 

Brasilian Indian. 
See Indian (American). 


Barzas-Breiz. Chants populaires de la Bre- 
tagne recueillis et publics Avec una traduction 
francaise, des eclaircissements, des notes et les 
melodies originales, par Th. De La Villemarque. 
Paris: Delloye, 1840. 2. ed. 2 v. 8°. Music. 

Paris: A. Franck, 1846. 4. ed., aug- 

mentee de 33 nouvelles ballades historiques. 2 v. 
12°. Music. 

Paris: Didier et Cie., 1867. 6. ed. 

2 p.l., Ixxxii, I 1., 539, I 1., xliv p. 8°. Music. 

Ballads and songs of Brittany by Tom Tay- 
lor ; translated from the " Barsaz-Breiz " of Vicomte 
Hersart de La Villemarque ; with some of the orig- 
inal melodies harmonized by Mrs. Taylor. London: 
Macmillan Ss' Co., 1865. xx, i 1, 239 (i) p. illus. 
music, sq. 8°. 

Botrel (T.) Chansons de chez nous (chansons 
bretonnes). Preface d'Anatole Le Braz. . .dessins 
de E. H. Vincent. Paris: G. Ondet, 1898. 282 
p., I 1., 12 pi. I port, illus. 12°. 

Contes et legendes de Basse-Bretagne. (Rev. 
d. traditions pop. v. ig, pp. 34S, 429; v. 20, pp. 
18-19, 353-355, 497-500; V. 21, pp. 10-15, 310- 
316, 392-395, 465-479. Paris, 1904-06). 

Ernault(E.) Chansons populaires de la Basse- 
Bretagne. (Rev. Celtique. v. 23, pp. 121-134. 
Paris, 1902.) 

Gwerziou Breiz-Izel. Chants populaires de la 
Basse-Bretagne, recueillis & traduits by F. M. 
Luzel. Lorient: E. Corfmat, 1868-74. 2 v. 8°. 
(Documents pour servir a I'etude de I'histoire et de 
la langue bretonne.) 

Le Braz (Anatole). L'origine d'une Gwerz 
bretonne. (In ; Melanges H. d'Arbois de Jubain- 
ville. . ./"arij [1906 ?] 8°. pp. 111-128.) 

La chanson [populaire] bretonne. (Revue 

Musicale, v. 5, no. 16/17, PP- 423-435. Paris, 
1905. f°.) 

Le Roux (Pierre). Une chanson Bretonne du 
XVIIIe Siecle. (Rev. Celtique. Paris, 1898. 8°. 
V. 19, pp. 1-12.) 

Quellien(N.) Chansons et danses des Bretons. 
Paris: J. Maisonneuve ?sf C. H. Leclerc, 1889. 2 
p.l., iii, 300 p. 4°. 

Vallee (F.) Une collection inedite de chan- 
sons populaires bretonnes. (Annales de Bretagne. 
V. 16, pp. 30S-317. Rennes, 1901.) 

Varenne ( ). Les melodies populaires bre- 
tonnes. (Soc. d'emulation des Cotes-du-Nord. 
Bull. V. 38, pp. 43-56. Saint-Brieuc, 1901.) 

Dozon (August). Bolgarski narodni pyesni. 
Chansons populaires Bulgares inedites publiees et 
traduites par Auguste Dozon. Paris: Maisonnetive 
et Co., 1875. xlvii, 427 p. 8°. 

Miladinovitz (D.), and K. Miladinovitz. 
Bolgarski narodni pyesni, sobrani od bratya. M.D. 
i K. 2. ed. Sophia: Liber alni Klub, i8gi. xiii, 
545 P- 8°. 

Shade (The) of the Balkans: being a collection 
of Bulgarian folksongs and proverbs, here for the 
first time rendered into English, together with an 
essay on Bulgarian popular poetry, and another on 
the origin of the Bulgars. [By P. Slaveikoff. H. 
Bernard and E. J. Dillon.] London: D. Niitt, 
1904. 328 p. 8°. 

Teza (Emilio). Canti de popolo dalla Bulgaria 
e dalla Russia: alia memoria di N. Tommaseo. 
(R. instituto veneto. Atti. v. 62, pt. 2, pp. 17-30. 
Venezia, 1902-03.) 

Vdcaresco (Helena). Canti della valle del 
Dimbowitza raccolti dalla bocca del popolo per cura 
di Elena Vacaresco. Tradotti in tedesco da Carmen 
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Castello: S. Lapi, 1891. 288 p. 8^ 

Verkovich (S. I.) Veda Slovena Bolgarski 
narodni pesni ot predistorichno i predkhristiyansko 
doba. . . Le veda Slave, chants populaires des Bul- 
gares. . .Beograd: Drzhavna shtamparia, 1874. v. I. 


French songs of old Canada. Pictured by W. G. 
Robertson. With translations. London: W. Lleine- 
mann, 1904. 2 v. illus. f°. 

Gagnon (Ernest). Chansons populaires du 
Canada. . .Quebec: C. Darveau, 1894. xvii, 350 p. 
3. ed. 8°. 

Halden (Ch.) Chansons populaires et jeux en- 
fantins au Canada. (La Quinzaine. v. 68, pp. 78- 
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Stewart (George). Popular songs of old Ca- 
nada. (Monthly Rev. v. 19, Apr. 1905, pp. 64- 
75. London, 1905.) 

(Living Age. 7. ser., v. 28 (v. 246), 

pp. 162-167. Boston, 1905.) 

Wolf (Ferdinand). Proben portugiesischer und 
catalanischer Volksromanzen. [Commentar und 
Uebersetzungen.] Mit einer literarhistorischen 
Einleitung iiber die Volkspoesie in Portugal und 
Catalonien. (Kais. Akad. d. Wissensch. Philos.- 
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Chansons chinoises. Traduit du chinois par 
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Stent (George Carter). Chinese lyrics. (Royal 
Asiatic Soc. North China Br. Journ. n. s. no. 7, 
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Chinese text, translation, music. 

Petrovskij (I. M.) Der Philomelamythus in 
der kroatischen Volksdichtung. (Archiv f. slav. 
Philol. V. 22, pp. 608-612. Berlin, 1900.) 

Altschwedische Balladen, Marchen und 
Schwanke sammt einigen danischen Volksliedern 
iibersetz von G. Mohnike. Stuttgart: J. G. Gotta, 
1836. xvi, 302 p., I p. 16°. 



Danish, cont'd. 

Barfod(Povl Frederik). Den danske Kjempe- 
bog ; en Sangkronike fra Midten af det syttende 
Hundredaar ; udgivet af Selskabet til den Danske 
Litteraturs Fremme ved B. ; i. Hefte. Kjoben- 
havn [1S60J. nar. 4°. 

Berggreen (Andreas Peter). Marsk Stig og 
Niels Ebbesen, to danske Folkeviser fra det r3de 
og I4de Aarhundrede, med Melodier af A. P. B. 
Kjobenhavn: C. A. Reitzel, 1S72. 2 p.l., 33 (i) p. 
(In his : Compositioner for Sang og Claveer. Kjo- 
benhavn, 1872-74. obi. 8°. V. 2.) 

54 Danske Folkeviser. Textbog til lode 

Hefte af Berggreens Skolesange. Kjobenhavn: 
C. A. Keitzel, 1S65. 1 50 p. 24°. 

Borro-w (George). Romantic ballads, trans- 
lated from the Danish ; and miscellaneous pieces. 
London: /. Taylor, 1826. xi, 184 p. 12'. 

Danmarks gamle Folkeviser. Udgivne af 
Svend Grundtvig. v. i-v. 3, pt. I. Kjobenhavn, 
1853-5S. 3 V. 4^ 

Danmarks gamle Folkeviser. . .efter Forar- 
beider af Svend Grundtvig udgivne af A. Olrik. 
Trykt og udgivet paa Carlsbergfondens Bekostning. 
Kobenhavn: 0. B. VVrohlewski, 1S95-1900. 2 v. 
in 5 pts. 4°. 

Danmarks syngende Mand paa Bolge og 
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Eskesen (M.) Nordiske Sange til Brug ved 
Folkemoder, Skytteforeninger og i Skoler; samlede 
af E. Odense, 1882. 2, ed. 24°. 

2den Samling. 3e^gjennemsete Udgave. 

Odense, 188 1. 24°. 

Grundtwig (Svend). Folkeln^sning. Danske 
Ksempeviser og Folkesange fra Middelalderen, for- 
nyede i gammel Stil af Svend Grundtvig. Med 6 
Melodier. Kjobenhavn: G. E. C. Gad, 1867. xii, 
166 p., I 1. 12°. (Udvalget for Folkeoplysnings 

See also Danmarks gamle Folke- 
viser. Udgivne af S. G. 

Ker (W. P.) On the Danish ballads. (Scot- 
tish Hist. Rev. V. i, pp. 357-378. Glasgow, 

Klubvisebog. En Samling af de bedste seldre 
og nyere Selskabssange, tilligemed et Antal nye 
tildeels skrevne til politiske Toaster. Kjobenhavn, 
183S. 12°. 

Molbech (Chr.) Bemcerkninger over vore 
danske Folkeviser fra Middelalderen. Kjobenhavn, 
1823. 12°. 

Nogle Bemx'rkninger over vore gamle 

danske Folkeviser. (In: Det Skandinaviske Lit- 
teraturselskabs Skrifter. v. 19. Kjobenhavn, 
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Steenstrup (Johannes Christoffer Ilagemann 
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Studier over Visernes /Ksthetik rette Form og 
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329 p. 8°. 

Udvalgte Danske Viser fra Middelalderen; 
efter A. S. Vedels og P. Syvs trykte Udgaver og 
efter haandskrevne Samlinger udgivne paa ny af 
Abrahamson, Nverup, og Rahbek. Kjobenhavn: 
J. F. SchuUz, i8'i2-i4. 5 V. 8°. 

Brammelen (J. van). Transvaal. Van't 
land der vrijheld. Oosprongelyk lied voor bet Ne- 
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Hofdijk (W. J.) Kennemerland Balladen... 
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8 p.l., vxiii, 434 p. 2. ed. 12°. 

Liederen-bundel voor janmast en soldaat, 
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Loverkens. Altniederlandische Lieder. (In: 
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Niederlandische Volkslieder. Gesammelt 
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Hannover: C. Ru7npler, 1856, lii, 368 p. 2. ed. 
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Nieuw (Een) werf-lied. \^s Gravenhage: Erven 
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Old Dutch ballads, rhymes and Folksongs. (In: 
Brink (Benjamin Myer). The early history of 
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Rees (C. F. van). Volkslied von de Zuid- 
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hoff [1899]. I 1. 2. ed. f°. 

Prins (Anthonij Winkler). Liederen, ver- 
vaardigd voor de viering van het eerste eeuwfeest 
van het bestaan van Stads-Kanaal. Stads-Kanaal: 
G. Eer el/nan, 1865. 8 p. nar. 12°. 

Roentgen (Julius). XIV Altniederlandische 
Volkslieder nach A. Valerius (1626). Fiir eine 
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32 p. f°. 

Someren (Reyer Hendrik van). Over het 
volkslied Wilhelmus van Nassauwen. . .Met eene 
bijdrage door Mr. P. A. Brugmans. Utrecht: L. 
E. Bosch, 1834. I p.l., iv, 56 p., 3 pi. nar. 8°. 

Volkszangen, [^vervaardigd op verzoek van 
het comite revolutionair, te Amsteldam, ter viering 
van het vryhaidsfeest, den 4. van Leutemaand 
[March], 1795. Amsteldam: P. J. Uylenbroek 
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Willems - Fonds Nederlandsch liederboek. 
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Gent: J. Vnylsteke, 1891. 8°. 

Zangen, vervaardigd op verzoek van het 
comite revolutionair, te Amsteldam, ter viering 
van het feest der alliante, tusschen de Bataafsche 
en Fransche republieken, den 19. van Wiedemaand 
[June]. 1795. Amsteldam: P. J. Uylanbroek 
[1795?]. 3 p.l.. 9-23 p. i6°- 



See Arabic above. 


[Aikin (J.)] Essays on song-writing, with a 
collection of such English songs as are most emi- 
nent for poetical merit. lVarri>:glon: J. Johnson, 
1774. 2. ed. xiv, 2S6 p. 8°. 

Allingham (W.) The ballad book: a selection 
of the choicest British ballads. London: iMacmil- 
lan vjT' Co., 1S9S. xlvii, 393 p. 16°. (Golden 
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Ballad Society. [Publications,] 1-38. Lon- 
don, Hertford, 1 868-1900. 8°. 

no. 1-3, 10. Ballads from manuscripts, v. 1-2. 1868-73. 
4-6, 8-9, 12-13, i8-ig, 21-38. The Ro.xburghe ballads, 
V. 1-9. With short notes from W. Chappell. 1871- 
7. Captain Cox, his ballads and books. 1871. 
II. Love poems and humorous ones. 1874. 
14-17. The Bagford ballads, v. 1-4. 1876-78. 
20. The Amanda group of Bagford poems. 1880. 

Ancient ballads; selected from Percy's collec- 
tion; with explanatory notes, taken from different 
authors, for the use and entertainment of young 
persons. London: Vernor, 1807. iv, 211 p. 16°. 

Ancient historic ballads. Nezvcastle: D. 
Alser head b' Sons, iZo-j. 3 p. I., 3-236 p. 16°. 

Ancient poems, ballads, and songs of the 
peasantry of England, taken down from oral reci- 
tation, and scarce publications. . .Collected and 
edited by J. H. Dixon. London: Percy Society, 
1846. XV, 250 p. 12°. 

Anderson (W.) See Bunch (A) of gather- 

Answer (An) at large to a most heretical!, 
trayterous, and papisticall byll, in English verse, 
which was cast abrode in the streetes of Northam- 
ton, and brought before the judges at the last 
assizes there. 1570. Lmprinted at London by J. 
A wde/ye [isjo]. Reprint: Northampton: Taylor 
£^Son,\'i%\. 25 p. 8°. 

Antidote (An) against melancholy. Com- 
pounded of choice poems, jovial songs, merry bal- 
lads... A^^-w York: Pratt Mfg. Co., 1884. 2 p.l., 
7-123 (I) p. 8°. 

Ashton (John). Modern street ballads. L071- 
don: Chatto &= Windus, 1888. xvi, 405 p. illus. 

Aytoun (W. E. ) See Gaultier (Bon), 

Bagford (The) ballads; illustrating the last 
years of the Stuarts. Edited, with introduction 
and notes, by J. W. Ebsworth. Hertford: Bal- 
lad Soc, 1S78. 2 v. 8°. (Ballad Society, v. 14- 
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Ballad (A) on the taking of Bergen-op zoom, 
London: M. Cooper, 1747. 6 p. f°. 

Ballads and metrical tales. Selected from 
Percy, Ritson, Evans, Jamieson, Scott, &c,, &c. 
London: J. Burns [1845]. 2 p.l., 242 p., i pi. 

Ballads and poems respecting Hugh of Lin- 
coln, a boy alleged to have been murdered by the 
Jews in the year MCCLV. Edited by J. O. Halli- 
well. Brixton Hill, 1849. iv, 40 p. 4°. (In: 
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1849. 4°,) 

Baring Gould (Sabine). English minstrelsie: 
a national monument of English song. Edinburgh, 
1895-97. 8 V. in 7. sm. sq. f°, 

Songs and ballads of the West; a 

collection made from the mouths of the people; . . . 
for voice and pianoforte. London, 1892. 4°. 

Baring-Gould (Sabine) and H. Fleetwood 
Sheppard. A garland of country song. London, 
1S95. 4". 

Beauties (The) of ancient poetry. Intended 
as a companion to The beauties of English poetry, 
London: E. Newbery, 1794. i p.l., xi, 204 p. 

Beauties (The) of English poesy. Selected 
by Oliver Goldsmith. London: W. Griffin, 1767. 
2 V. 16°. 

Dublin:' J. Williams, 1 771. 2 v. 


Bennett (W. C.) .Shall we have a national 
ballad-history for the English people ? An appeal 
to the poets of England and America. [Signed, 
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Bentley (The) ballads. Comprising the Tippe- 
rary Hall ballads, now first republished from 
" Bentley's miscellany," 1846; with preface and 
notes by John Sheehan. New [3d] ed. London, 
1869. 12°, 

Bishop (Henry Rowley). Home, sweet home! 
[song] ... in Clari or The Maid of Milan. Com- 
posed and partly founded on a Sicilian air by H. R, 
Bishop. [Voice and piano ace] Philadelphia: 
George Bacon [18 — ]. 3 p. f°. 

Home, sweet home, song, composed by 

H. R. Bishop. [Voice with piano ace] San Fran- 
cisco: M. Gray [iS — ]. 3 p. f°. 

Bishoprick (The) garland, or a collection of 
legends, songs, ballads, etc., belonging to the 
county of Durham. [Compiled by Sir Cuthbert 
Sharp.] Sunderland: Hills ^^ Co., 1906. 6 p.l, 
v-viii, 84, ii p. 8°. 

150 copies reprinted from the London edition of 1834. 

Bisset(J.) The British patriot: or The heroic 
volunteer's manual. A collection of original songs. 
Birmingham: Wilks, Grafton &■ Reddell, 1803. 
16 p. 12°. 

Bolle (Wilhelm). Die gedruckten englischen 
Liederbucher bis 1600. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte 
der sangbaren Lyrik in der Zeit Shakespeares. 
Berlin: Mayer dr" Midler, 1903. vii, cxxvi, 284 p. 
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Bon Gaultier, See Gaultier (Bon), 

Book (The) of ballads, ancient and modern, 
historical, traditional, and romantic. Illustrated 
with one hundred and twenty engravings. London: 
BellSs' Daldy [1875]. 5 p.l., 870 p., r 1. 8°. 

Book of British ballads. See Hall (S, C.) 

Book (The) of English songs. From the six- 
teenth to the nineteenth century. London: Off. of 
the National Illus. Libr. [1851] xiv, 17-320 p., 
I pi. illus. 12°. 

Book (A) of favourite modern ballads. Illus- 
trated with fifty engravings [by J. Evans] from 
drawings by the first artists. [Edited by J. C] 
London: W. Kent &^ Co., \?>to. engr. title, xiii, 
I 1,, 167 p. 8°, 



D. Appktonb' Co., 1861. 

Zur Kritik der englischen 
Forschungen zur neueren 
. Weimar, 189S. 8°. p. 51- 

Engllsh, cont'd. 

Book (A) of Roxburghe ballads. See Collier 
(J. P-) 

Bowen (Edwin W.) The old English ballad. 
(Sewanee Rev. v. 9, pp. 286-295. AVw York, 

Boy's (The) book of ballads. Illustrated with 
sixteen engravings on wood from drawings by 
John Gilbert. London: Bell b' Daldy, libx. vii, 
187 p., 17 pi. 12°. 

New York: 

vii, iS7p., I7pl. 12°. 

Brandt (Alois). 
Volksballaden. (In: 
Litteraturgeschichte. . 

Broadwood (Lucy E.) English Folksong. 
Monthly Journal of the International Musical So- 
ciety. V. 6, part 12, pp. 497-499. Leipzig, 1905.) 

Broadw^ood (Lucy E.), and John Alexander 
Fuller Maitland. English county songs: words 
and music. London, 1S93. 4°. 

Bunch (A) of gatherings glean'd from the two 
past generations, consisting of eight-page ballads, 
songs, tales, elegies, executions, &c., mostly poeti- 
cal, among which are Hardyknute with music, 
Habbie Simpson with notes, and.. . other... 
pieces printed in several places. . . Paisley: col- 
lected by W. Anderson, i860, v. p. i port. 16°. 

Chappell (William). A collection of national 
English airs; ancient song, ballad, and dance 
tunes. . . harmonized by W. Crotch, G. A. Macfar- 
ren and J. A. Wade. London, 1838-40. 2 v. f°. 

Old English ditties, selected from W. Chap- 
pell's " Popular music of the olden time." W'ith 
. . . the long ballads compressed, and. . .new works 
written, by J. Oxenford [and i\L Macfarren]. The 
symphonies and accompaniments by G. A. Mac- 
farren. London: Chappell &" Co. [189-?] 2 v. 4°. 

Old English popular music. A new edition, 

with preface and notes, and the earlier examples 
entirely revised by H. Ellis Wooldridge. London: 
Chappell Qr Co., 1893. 2 V. 4°. 

Popular music of the olden time; a collec- 
tion of ancient songs, ballads, and dance tunes, 
illustrative of the national music of England;... 
also a short account of the minstrels; the airs har- 
monized by G. A. Macfarren. London [1859]. 2 v. 
facsim. nar. 4°. 

See also Roxburghe Ballads, [under Ballad 


Child (Francis James). The English and Scot- 
tish ballads. Boston: LJttle, Broiun 6-= Co., i860. 
8 V. 8°. (British Poets.) 

1866. 8 V. 8°. 

The English and Scottish popular ballads. 

Bostojt: Lfoughton, MiJJlin dr" Co. [cop. 1SS2-98] 
10 pts. in 5 V. 4°. 

English and Scottish popular ballads. 

Edited from the collection of F. J. Child by H. C. 
Sargent and G. L. Kittredge. Boston: Lionghlon, 
Mifflin ^ Co., 1904. engr. t.-p., xxxi, 730 p., 
I pi., I port. 8°. (Cambridge edition of the 

Fluegel (Ewald). Zur Chronologie der eng- 
lischen Balladen. (Anglia. v. 21, p. 312-358. 
Halle a Salle, 1899.) 

Chronological index to Child's " English and Scottish 
popular ballads," with critical remarks on the tenth volume 
of the work. 

Hart (Walter Morris). Professor Child and the 
ballad. (Modern lang. assoc. pub. v. 21, pp. 755- 
807. Cambridge, 1 906.) 

Choyce drollery: songs & sonnets. Being A 
Collection of Divers Excellent Pieces of Poetry, of 
several eminent authors. Now first Reprinted from 
the Edition of 1656. To which are added the 
extra songs of Merry drollery, 1661, and An Anti- 
dote against Melancholy, 1661: edited. With Special 
Introductions, and Appendices of Notes, Illustra- 
tions, Emendations of Text, <S;c. By J. Wood fall 
Ebsworth, M. A., Cantab. Boston, Lincolnshire: 
Robert Roberts, 1876. xxxviii, 3 1., 426 p., and 
supplement i, 16 p. 12°. 

Civic (The) garland. A collection of songs 
from London pageants. Edited, with introduction 
and notes, by F. W. Fairholt. London: Percy Soc, 
1845. 2 p.l., xl, 96 p., I pi. 12°. 

Clark (Charles). John Noakes & Mary Styles; 
or, "An Essex calf's visit to Tiptree races": a 
poem, exhibiting some of the most striking lingual 
localisms peculiar to Essex. ..London: J. R. Smith, 
1839. 48 p. 12°. 

Another copy. 

Collection (A) of ballads. Manchester: J. 
Si.'iiidells [iS— ?]. 129 1. 8°. 

[Collection (A) of ballads ; broadsides mounted 
in scrapbooks. London, Glasgow, etc., 17 — ] 4 v. 

Collection (A) of old ballads. Corrected from 
the best and most ancient copies extant. With in- 
troductions historical, critical, or humorous. [By 
A. Philips.] Illustrated with copper plates. Z(7«- 
don: J. Roberts, i-23-s. 3 v. 8°. 

Collection (A) of right merrie garlands for 
North Country anglers. Ne%vcastle-on-Tyne: E. 
Char7iley,\%2)^. v p. port. 12°. 

Consists of "The Fisher's Garland " for 1821-45, with 
other pieces separately paged and a collective title-page. 

A^ezvcastle-on-Tyne: G. Rutland, i?>b^. 

XV, 312 p. 8°. 1. p. 

50 nos. of " The Fisher's Garland," 1820-1864, with a 
memorial to Izaak Walton, etc. 

Collection (A) of seventy-nine black-letter 
ballads and broadsides, printed in the reign of 
Queen Elizabeth, between the years I559andi597. 
Accompanied with an introduction and illustrative 
notes. London: J. Lilly, 1867. xxxvi, 319 p. 8°. 

Collection (A) of songs- \London? 1775?] 
16 pp. s(]. 12°. 

Collection (A) of songs and ballads relative to 
the London prentices and trades; and to the affairs 
of London generally. During the fourteenth, fif- 
teenth, and sixteenth centuries. Edited, with notes 
and introductions by C. Mackay. London: Percy 
Society, 1841. viii, 157 p. 12°. 

Collection (A) of the songs and ballads rela- 
tive to the London prentices and trades. . .during 
the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries. 
Edited, with notes and introductions, by C. Mackay. 
London: Percy Society, 1841. viii, 157 p. 12°. 



EnglisJi, cont'd. 

Collier (John Payne). A book of Roxburghe 
ballads. London : Longmans, 1847. xxxii, i 1., 
340 p. 8°. 

Old ballads, from early printed copies of 

rarity. Edited by J. P. Collier. London : Percy 
Society, 1S40. xi, 13 1 p. 8°. 

Country ballads; preserved by tradition... 
Pately Bridge: T. Thorpe, 1869. i p.l., 31 p. 

Curiosities of street literature : comprising 
" cocks, "'or " catchpennies ". . .street drolleries. . . 
broadsides on the royal family. . .street political 
papers; "Ballads on a subject"; dying speeches 
and confessions. London: Reeves ^ Turner, i^iY. 
3 p.l., ii, 2 1., a-d, 237, 8 p., 4 pi. 4°. 

Delaney (Thomas). See Strange histories. 

De Vaynes (Julia H. L.) See Kentish (The) 

Dibdin (C. A.) Collection of songs, selected 
from his works. Third edition. London, s. a. 2 v. 

Dixon (J. Hepworth). See Ancient poems, 

Early (The) naval ballads of England. Col- 
lected and edited by J. O. Halliwell. London : 
Percy Society, 1S41. xii, 144 p. 12°. 

Ebsworth (J. Woodfall). See Choyce drol- 
lery; Merry drollery; Westminster drolleries. 

Elliott (J. W.) Mother Goose's nursery rhymes. 
Set to music by J. W. E. New York: McLoughlin 
Bros. [1890?] 2 p.l., nop. 8°. 

Epistolary (An) letter from T H 

to Sir H.... S.... e; who saved his life, and 
desired him to send over all the rarities he could 
find in his travels. Printed at Dublin and Re- 
printed at London for T. Payne. .1729. London: 
Reprinted by E. A. B. Mordaunt, 1904. 7 p. 2. ed. 

Evans (Thomas). Old ballads, historical and 
narrative, with some of modern date, collected 
from the rare copies and MSS., a new edition, 
by R. H. Evans. London, 1810. 4 v. 8°. 

Fairlop and its founder; or. Facts and fun for 
the forest frolickers. . . Contains memoirs, anec- 
dotes, poems, songs, &c., with the curious Will of 
Mr. Day, never before printed. Totham: C.Clark's, 
1847. 20 1. 8°. 

Printed on one side of the leaf only. 

Fairy (The) family : a series of ballads and 
metrical tales. Illustrating the fairy mythology of 
Europe. [By Archibald Maclaren.] London : 
Longmans, 1857. xv, I 1., 80, 98-283 p., 2 pi. 

Fliigel (Ewald). Liedersammlungen des XVI. 
Jahrhunderts, besonders aus der Zeit Heinrich's 
VIII. (Anglia. v. 12, pp. 225-272, 585-597; v. 26, 
pp. 94-285. Halle a. S., 1889-1903.) 

Zur Chronologic der englischen Balladen. 

(Anglia. v. 21, pp. 312-358. Halle a. S., 1899.) 
Chronological index to Child's " English and Scottish popu- 
lar ballads," with critical remarks on the tenth volume of the 

Garland (A) of old historical ballads, 1600- 
1752. I., Marie Hamilton; 2., Rob Oig; 3., Willy 

and Mary. Edinburgh: The Aungervyle Soc.,i%Z\. 
20 p. 8°. (In: The Aungervyle Soc. [Publica- 
tions.] no. 5.) 

Gaultier (Bon). The book of ballads. Edited 
by Bon Gaultier [/. e.. Sir Theodore Martin and 
W. E. Aytoun], and illustrated by Alfred Crow- 
quill [/. e., A. H. Forrester]. London: IV. S. Orr 
&' Co., 1848. 4 p.l., 152 p., I port. 16°. 

London: W. S. Orr ^ Co., 1849. 

4 p.l., 203 p., I port. 16°. 

Goodwin (James). Six ballads, with burdens. 
From MS. . . in the library of Corpus Christi Col- 
lege, Cambridge. London : Percy Society, 1844. 
xii, 15 p. 8°. 

Gorbing (Friedrich). Beispiele von realisier- 
ten Mythen in den englischen und schottischen 
Balladen. (Anglia. v. 23, pp. 1-13. LLalle a. S., 

Go'wer (John). John Gower's Minnesang und 
Ehezuchtbiichlein LXXII. anglonormannische Bal- 
laden aus Anlass der Vermahlung seines lieben 
Freundes und Collegen Wilhelm Victor, ncu her- 
ausg. von E. Stengel. Marburg: N. G. Ehvert, 
1886. iv, 28 p. 8°. (Ausg. und Abhandl. aus. . . 
der roman. Philol. . . LXIV.) 

Grundtvig (S. H.) S. Engclske og Skotske 
folkviser fordanskede. Kjobenhavn, 1842-43. 8°. 

Gutch (John Matthew). A lytell geste of Robin 
Hode, with other ballads and songs relating to 
[him]; with cuts by F. W. Fairholt. London, 
1847. 2 V. 8°. 

Hall (Samuel Carter). The Book of British 
ballads. London: J. How, 1842-45. 2 v. 4°. 

The book of British ballads. Edited by 

S. C. Hall, Esq., with preliminary remarks to each 
ballad, and an introduction by Park Benjamin. 
Ne7v York: Douglas [cop. 1884]. 2 p.l., vii-xi, 

153 P- s°. 

Londott, n. d. illus. 8°. 

Halliwell (J. O.) See Ballads and poems ; 
Early naval ballads; Nursery rhymes of Eng- 

Hardy (Thomas). William Barnes, a bio- 
graphical note, and, The fire at Tranter Sweatley's, 
a Wessex ballad, pp. xlvii-lxiii, i 1. (Bd. with: 
Johnson (L.) The art of Thomas Hardy. . . Lon- 
don, 1894. 8°.) 

Hartshorne (C. H.) Ancient metrical tales, 
printed chiefly from original sources. London, 
1829. 8°. 

Hayley (William). Ballads. . .founded on anec- 
dotes relating to animals, with prints designed and 
engraved by William Blake. London: R. Phillips, 
1805. 2 p.l., 212 p., I 1., 5 pi. 16°. 

Hazlitt (W. Carew). See Remains of the 
early popular poetry of England. 

Hecht (Hans). Neuere Literatur zur englisch- 
schottischen Balladendichtung. (Englische Stu- 
dien. v. 36, pp. 370-384. Leipzig, 1906.) 

Historical anecdotes of the life of Robin Hood; 
with a collection of the ancient poems, songs and 
ballads relative to that. . .English outlaw. London: 
the booksellers, 1846. viii, 9-256 p., i pi. 16°. 

See also Robin Hood. 



English, cont'd. 

History (The) of Tommy Potts; or, the Lovers' 
quarrell. London, n. d. 24 p. 16°. 

Hood (Robin). See Historical anecdotes; 
Lytell geste of Robin Hode; Robin Hood. 

Hu^h of Lincoln. See Ballads and poems 
respecting Hugh of Lincoln. 

Illustrated (The) book of English songs. 
From the si.xteenth to the nineteenth century. 
[London:^ Illustrated London Library [185-]. 2 
p.l., iii-xvi, 336 p., I pi. 3. ed. 12°. 

London: H. Ingram [185-]. I p.l., 

xvi, 17-318 p., I pi. 4. ed. 8°. 

Imelmann (Rudolf). Zur Kenntnis der vor- 
shakespearischen Lyrik: I. Wynkyn de Wordes 
"Song booke," 1530; II. John Dayes Sammlung 
der Lieder Thomas Wythornes, 1571. (Jahrb. d. 
deut. Shakespeare Gesellsch. Jahrg. 39, pp. 121- 
178. Berlin, 1903.) 

Jamieson (R.) Popular ballads and songs, 
from traditions, MSS. and scarce editions; with 
translations of similar pieces, from the ancient 
Danish language, and a few originals by the editor. 
Edinburgh: A. Constable &= Co. 2 v. 8°. 

Johnson (R. B.) Popular British ballads, an- 
cient and modern. Chosen by R. B. Johnson, 
London: J. AI. Dent CT' Co., 1894. 4 v. 12°. 

Jolly (The) patriots: A new ballad. To the 
tune of How pleasant a sailor's life passes! Lon- 
don: IV. IVebb, 1744. 7 pp. f°. 

Karsten (Crustaf E.) The ballad of the cruel 
Moor. (Jour. Germanic Philol. v. 3, pp. 354- 
361. Blooniington, Ind., 1901.) 

Kentish (The) garland. Edited by Julia H. L. 
De Vaynes. With additional notes, and pictorial 
illustrations... from the... originals, by T- W. 
Ebsworth. Hertford: S. Austin &f Sons', \'iZ\. 
V. I. 8°. 

Complete in 2 v. 

King (The) of birds; or. The lay of the phcenix. 
An Anglo-Saxon song of the loth or nth century, 
now first translated into the metre and alliteration 
of the original by George Stephens. (Archoeologia, 
V. 30. London, 1844.) 

^Jlly (Joseph). See Collection (A) of seventy- 
nine Black-letter ballads. 

Little (A) book of ballads. [Edited by E. V. 
Utterson.] Ne^uport: printed by Yelf ^r' Co., 1836. 
2 p.l., 72 p. 12°. 

Logan (W. H.) A pedlar's pack of ballads 
and songs. With illustrative notes. Edinburgh: 
Patterson, 1S69. xv, 479 p. 8°. 

^ Lytell (A) geste of Robin Hode with other an- 
cient & modern ballads and songs relating to this 
... yeoman to which is prefixed his history... 
grounded upon other documents than those made 
use of by his former biographer, " Mister Ritson." 
Edited by John Mathew Gutch. London: Long- 
mans, 1847. 2 v. 8°. 

Mac Donagh (Michael). The ballads of the 
people. (Nineteenth Century & After, v. 54, pp. 
458-471. London, 1903.) 

Mackay (C.) See Collection of songs and 

Maclaren (Archibald). See Fairy (The) fam- 

Martin {Sir Theodore). See Gaultier (Bon). 

Merry drollery compleat, being Jovial Poems, 
Merry Songs, &c., collected by W. N., C. B., R. S., 
& J. G., Lovers of Wit, Both Parts; 1661, 1670, 
1691. Now First Reprinted from the Final Edi- 
tion, i6gi. Edited, with a Special Introduction, 
an appendix of Notes, Illustrations, and Emenda- 
tions of Text; and Frontispiece; By J. Woodfall 
Ebsworth, M.A., Cantab. Boston, Lincohishire: 
Printed by Robert Roberts, 1875. 4 p.l., xl, 408 p. 

Moore (J. S.) The pictorial book of ancient 
ballad poetry of Great Britain... To which are 
added, a selection of modern imitations, and some 
translations. London: II. Washbourne if Co., 
1853. Newed. 5 p.l., 871 (i) p., i pi. 8°. 

The pictorial book of old English ballads, 

traditional and romantic, with glossary and notes. 
London, 1849. 8°. 

Morley (Henry). The king and the commons; 
Cavalier and Puritan song, selected and arranged 
by M. 2d ed. New York, \London printed^ 
1869. facsim. 24°. 

Motherwell (William). Minstrelsy: ancient 
and modern, with an historical introduction and 
notes. Glasgo'cu: J. IVylie, 1827. engr. title, 2 p.l., 
cv, iii, 390, xxiv(i) p., 9 1., i pi. 8°. 

Boston, 1846. 2 V. 12°. 

Narrative of the miraculous cure of Anne 

Munnings, of Colchester. . . on New Year's day, 
1705; Crafty Kate, of Colchester, or The false- 
hearted clothier frightened into good manners, a 
rare and whimsical ballad ; An extraordinary love- 
letter. . . to a lady of Maldon... 1664; and The 
Maldon Martyr's prayer, 1555. Totharn: C. Clark, 
1867. 3 1. 8°. 

National songs and poetical pieces. . edited, 
with introduction and notes, by H. Williams... 
London: H. Hetherington, 1839. 'v, i 1., 7-84 p. 

Night (A) frae hame. Oration on teetotalization, 
and Parody on The last rose of summer. Paisley: 
G. Cald-cvell &= Son, \'i^2. 8 p. 16°. 

Noble (A) dewel; or. An unmatchable combate 
betwixt Sir William. . . and the Earl of Southast. . . 
(Scot. Hist Rev. v. 3, pp. 2-5. Glasgo-w, 1905.) 

Ballad describing a duel which occurred in 1660, between 
James, earl of -Southesk, and Sir Wm. Gray. 

Nursery (The) rhymes of England, collected 
principally from oral tradition. Edited by J. S. 
Halliwell. London: Percy Society, 1842. viii, 
192 p. 12°. 

Old English songs, A.D. 1250-1789. «. /. /. 
[Morristo'cvn, A^. J.: "Banner Steam Print," 
18 — ?] II p. nar. 8°. 

Old sea chanties. Collected and arranged by 
J. Bradford and A. Fagge. London : Aletzler S' 
Co., Ltd., cop. 1904. 17 p. f°. 

Old tayles newlye relayted. Enryched with all 
ancyente embellyshments. v. p. [London:] The 
Leaden ha II Press \i%i2\- 4°- 

Original ballads by living authors. Edited 
by the Rev. Henry Thompson, M.A. London: J. 
Masters, 1S50. xiv, I 1., 256 p. 8°. 

Percy (Thomas), Bishop of Dromore. Reliques 
of ancient English poetry: consisting of old heroic 
ballads, songs, and other pieces of our poets (chiefly 



English, cont'd. 
of the lyric kind). Togetlier with some few of 
later date. London: J. Dodsley, lib"]. 2. ed. v. i. 

Philadelphia: J. E Moore, 1823. i. 

Am. fr. 5. Lend. ed. v. 3. 8°. 

London: L. A. Lewis, 1B39. 4. ed. 

3 V. 8°. 

London: H. Washbourne, 1847. 4. ed. 

3 V. S". 

• Philadelphia: F. Bell, 1855. 2 p.l., 

1, 51-55S p. 8°. 

Philadelphia: C. Desilver, 1856. 

I p.l., 1, 51-558 p., I pi. 8°. 

Bishop Percy's folio manuscript. Bal- 
lads and romances. Edited by J. W. Hales... 
F.J. Furnival [and others]. London: N. Triibner 
Ss' Co., 1867-8. 4 V. 8°. 

The hermit of Warkworth, a Northumber- 
land Ballad. Embellished with wood engravings 
by Nesbitt and Clennell, from designs by Thurston. 
London: A. Scholey, 1806. viii, 60 p. 4°. 

(In: Percy's masque. N'eiu York, 

1820. 12°. pp. 103-150.) 

Alnwick: W. Davison, n. d. i p.l., 

v-vi, 7-44 p., I pi. 16°. 

London, 1 771; repr., Edinburgh: 

The Aiingervylc Sac, 1883. 3 pts. 42 p. 8°. 
(Aungervyle Soc. Pub. no. 21-23.) 

RiMBAULT (Edward Francis). Musical il- 
lustrations of Bishop Percy's Reliques. London, 
1850. 4°. 

Percy Society. Early English poetry, ballads, 
and popular literature of the Middle Ages. Edited 
from original manuscripts and scarce publications. 
London, 1S40-52. 30 v. 12°. 

Above is the ^cover title for the individual works noted 

V. I. Old ballads from early printed copies. Ed. by J. P. 
Songs and ballads relative to the London prentices. 

Ed. by C. Mackay. 
Historical songs of Ireland. Ed. by T. C. Croker. 
Pain and sorrow of evil marriage. Ed. by J. P. 

The King and a poor northern man. Ed. by J. P. 
V. 2. A selection from the minor poems of Lydgate. Ed. by 
J.O. Halliwell. 
Early naval ballads of England. Ed. by. J. O. Halli- 
A search for money, by William Rowley. Ed. by J. P. 

The mad pranks and merry jests of Robin Goodfellow. 
Ed. by J. P. Collier. 
V, 3. Political ballads published in England during the Com- 
monwealth. Ed. by T. Wright. 
Strange histories, by Thomas Deloney. Ed. by J. P. 

A marriage triumph, by Thomas Heywood. Ed. by 

J. P. Collier. 
The history of Patient Grissel. Ed. by J. P. Collier. 
V. 4. Specimens of ;iyric poetry. Temp. Edw. I. Ed. by 
T. Wright. 
The boke of curtasye. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 
Specimens of old Christmas carols. Ed. by T. Wright, 
The nursery rhymes of England. Ed. by J. O. Halli- 




Kind-Heart's dream, by Henry Chettle. 

by E. F. Rirabault. 
A knight's conjuring, by Thomas Dekker. 1607. Ed. 

by E. F. Rirabault. 
The meeting of gallants at an ordinarie. 1604. Ed. 

by Halliwell. 
The two angry women of Abingdon, by H. Porter. 

1599. Ed. by the Rev. A. Dyce. 

V. 12. 
V. 13. 

v. la. 

V. 19, 

Ancient poetical tracts of the sixteenth century. Ed. 

by E. F. Rimbault. 
Cock Lorell's bote. Ed. by E F. Rimbault. 
The crown garland of golden roses. Ed. by W. Chap- 
FoUie's anatomy, by Henry Hutton. Ed. by E. F, 

Poems by Sir Henry Wotton. Ed. by the Rev. A. 

The harmony of birds. Ed. by J. P. Collier. 
A paraphrase on the Seven Penitential Psalms in 
English verse. Ed. by W. H. Black. 

The harmony of the church, by Michael Drayton. 
1591. Ed. by the Rev. A. Dyce. 

Jack of Dover. 1604. Ed. by T. Wright. 

A Kerry pastoral. Ed. by T. C. Croker. 

A selection of Latin stories. Ed. by T. Wright. 

A dialogue of witches and witchcraft, by George Gif- 
ford. Ed. by T. Wright. 

The four knaves, by Samuel Rowlands. Ed. by E. F. 

A poem to the memory of William Congreve, by 
James Thomson. Ed. by P. Cunningham. 

The pleased conceits of old Hobson, the merry Lon- 
doner. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 

Maroccus Extaticus: or Bankes' bay horse in a trance, 
1597. Ed. by E. F. Rimbault. 

Old ballads illustrating the great frost of 1683-4. Ed. 
by E. F. Rimbault. 

Lord Mayors' Pageants: Parts i and 2. Ed.[by F. W. 

The owl and the nightingale. Ed. by T. Wright. 

Thirteen Psalms and the first chapter of Ecclesiastes, 
versified by J. Croke. Ed. by P. Bliss. 

An historicall expostulation, etc., by John Hall. 1565. 
Ed. by T. J. Pettigrew. 

The honestie of this age, by Barnaby Rich. 161 1. Ed. 
by P. Cunningham. 

Reynard the Fox, from Caxton's edition. Ed. by W. J, 

The Keen of the South of Ireland. Collected by T. C. 

Six ballads, with burdens. Ed. by J. Goodwin. 

Lyrical poems, selected from musical publications be- 
tween 1589 and 1600. Ed. by J. P. Collier. 

The poems of John Audelay. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 

St. Brandan, A legend of the sea. Ed. by T. Wright. 

The romance of the Emperor Octavian. Ed. by J. O. 

Friar Bakon's prophesie. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 

Poetical miscellanies. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 

The crown garland of golden roses. Part 2. Ed. by 
W. Chappell. 

The Seven Sages, with an introductory essay. Ed. by 
J. O. HalHwell. 

The Romance of Syr Tryamoure. Ed. by J. O. Halli- 

Scottish traditional versions of ancient ballads. Ed. by 
J. H. Dixon. 

Ancient poems, ballads, and songs. Ed. by J. H. 

The pastime of pleasure, by Stephen Hawes. 

The civic garland. Ed. by F. W. Fairholt. 

Life and martyrdom of Thomas Becket. Ed. by J. H. 

Barnfield's Affectionate Shepherd. Ed. by J. O. 

Dialogue on wit and folly. Ed. by F. W. Fairholt. 

Proverbs and popular sayings. Ed. by M. A. Den- 

Song of Lady Bessy. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 

Popular songs illustrative of the French invasions of 
Ireland. In four parts. Edited by T. Crofton 

The Cytezen and Uplondysham. Ed. by F. W. Fair- 

An interlude of the four elements. Ed. by J. O. 

Interlude of the disobedient child. Ed. by J. O. 

The autobiography of Mary, Countess of ^\a^wlck. 
Ed. by T. C. Croker. 

Westward for smelts. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 
, Songs and carols of the fifteenth century. Ed. by T. 
Festive songs of the sixteenth and seventeenth cen- 
turies. Ed. by W. Sandys. 

Popular English histories. Ed. by J. O. Halliwell. 


English, cont'd. 
V. 24. Chaucer's Canterbury tales. Volume the first. Ed. 
by Thomas Wright. 

V 25. The Canterbury tales of Chaucer, v. 2. Ed. by T. 


V 26 The Canterbury Tales of Chaucer, v. 3. Ed. by 

T. Wright. 
V. 27. Beleeve as you list. Ed. by T. C. Croker. 

Satirical songs and poems on costume. Ed. by 

F. W. Fairholt. 
V. 28. An Anglo-Sa.\on passion of Saint George. Ed. by the 

Rev. C. Hardwick. 
A poem on the time of Edward II. Ed. by the Rev. 

C. Hardwick. < , rv 

The poems of William de Shoreham. Ed. by 1. 

The triall of treasure. Ed. by J. O. Halhwell. 

V 2Q Notices of fugitive tracts and Chap-books. Ed. by 

J. O. Halllwell. 
The man in themoone. Ed. by J. O. Halhwell. 
The use of dice-play. Ed. by J. O. Halhwell. 
The loyal garland. Ed. by J. O. Halllwell. 
Poems and songs on the assassination of the Duke of 

Buckingham. Ed. by F. W. Fairholt. 
V. 30. The garland of good will. Ed. by J. H. Dixon. 

Britannia's Pastorals; a third book. Ed. by T. Crof- 

ton Croker. 
John Bon and Mast Person; a dialogue in verse. Ed. 

byW. H. Black. 

Philips (A.) See CvOUection of old ballads. 

Pictorial penny balladist. London: J. C. 
Moore {i?>—^. 33^ p. Pts. 1-8. 8°. 
Published in weekly numbers, no title-pages. 

Political ballads of the Seventeenth and 
Eighteenth Centuries annotated by W. Walker 
Wilkins. Louhn: Longmans, i%bo. 2 v. 12°. 

Political ballads published in England during 
the Commonwealth. Edited by Thomas Wright. 
London: Percy Society, 1841. xvi, 268 p., 1 1. 12°. 

Political (The) songs of England, from the 
reign of John to that of Edward II. Edited and 
translated" by T. Wright. Londoti: Camden Soc, 
1839. xviii, I 1., 408 p. 8°. (Camden Soc. Pub. 
V. 6.) 

Popular and fashionable songs, n. p., n. d. 
4 1- 24'. 

Prideaux (W. F.) Ballads on the coronation 
of King George II. (Notes and Queries, ser. 9, 
V. 10, pp. 121-122. London, 1902.) 

Ramsay (Allan). The tea-table miscellany: 
a collection of choice songs, Scots and English. 
Edinbttrgk: A. Donaldson, \-lt)l. xxxiv, 448 p., 
4 1., port. 4 V. in i. 13. ed. 12°. 

Edinburgh: A. Kincaid and J. Bell, 

176S. 14. ed. 12°. 

Remains of the early popular poetry of Eng- 
land; collected and edited, with introductions and 
notes, by W. Carew Hazlitt. London : J. R. 
Sfjiitk, 1864-6. 4 V. 8°. 

Rimbault (E. F.) Old ballads illustrating the 
great frost of 1683-4, and the fair on the river 
Thames. London: Percy Society, 1844. xxx, I 1., 
38 p. 12°. 

Ritson (Joseph). A select collection of Eng- 
lish songs, with their original airs, and a historical 
essay on the origin and progress of national song. 
Second edition, with additional songs and occa- 
sional notes by T. Park. London, 18 13. 3 v. 12°. 

A select collection of English songs [Edited, 

with an historical essay on national song, by Joseph 
Ritson]. London : J. Johnson, nZ2,. 3 v. 12°. 

Ancient songs, from the time of King 

Henry III. to the revolution. [Anon.] London, 
1790 [1792]- ill- 12°. 

Pieces of ancient popular poetry : from 

authentic manuscripts and old printed copies... 
Adorned with cuts. . .London: W. Pickering, 1S33. 
xvi, I I., 172 p. 2. ed. 8°. 

See also Lytell geste of Robin Hode; 

Robin Hood. 

Roberts (John S.) The legendary ballads of 
England and Scotland. London [1870?]. 12°. 
(Chandos classics.) 

Robin Hood: a collection of all the ancient 
poems, songs, and ballads, now extant, relative to 
that celebrated English outlaw: to which are pre- 
fixed, historical anecdotes of his life [Edited by 
Joseph Ritson]. n. p., n. d. iv, 112 pp. 8°. 

London: C. Stocking, 1823. x, Ixxiv, 

240 p. 16°. 

See also Historical anecdotes; Lytell 

geste of Robin Hode. 

Robson (John). Three early English metrical 
romances. With an introduction and glossary. 
London: Camden Society, 1842. xlv, 132 p., I fac- 
sim. 8°. 

Rondelay; or, The New Syren; a collection 
of choice songs. London [1780?]. xi-xii, 292 pp. 

Title-page and pp. i-x missing. 

Roxburghe ballads. See Ballad Society; 
Collier (J. P.) 

Sawyer (F. E.) Sussex songs and music. 
(Jour. Brit. Arch^ol. Assoc, v. 42, pp. 306-327. 
London, 1886.) 

Scott {Sir Walter). Minstrelsy of the Scottish 
border: consisting of historical and romantic bal- 
lads, collected in the southern counties of Scot- 
land; with a few of modern date. London: T. Tegg, 
1839. I p.l., Ixxiii, 559 p., I port. 8°. 

n.p., n. d. 488 p. 8°. 

Select pieces of early popular poetry: re-pub- 
lished principally from early printed copies, in the 
black letter. . .[Edited by E. V. Utterson.] Lon- 
don: Longman, 181 7. 2 v. S . 

Sharp (Cecil J.), and Charles L. Marson. 
Folksongs from Somerset: gathered and edited with 
pianoforte accompaniment. 3. series. London : 
Simpkin &= Co., Ltd., 1906. xi, 82 p. 4°. 

Sharp {Sir Cuthbert). See Bishoprick (The) 

Sheldon (F.) The minstrelsy of the English 
border. Being a collection of ballads, ancient, re- 
modelled, and original, founded on well known 
border legends. With. . .notes. London: Long- 
mans, 1847. XX, 432 p. 8". 

[Sir John Barleycorn.] Zwei unbekannte Fas- 
sungen des Sir John Barleycorn [edited by Otto 
Ritter]. (Anglia, v. 27, p. 450-452. /dalle, 1904) 

Sir Patrick Spence, all the preserved versions, 
synoptically reprinted from Child's Ballads for the 
use of English seminaries. Berlin : Mayer &• 
Mailer, 1904. folder. 8°. 

Six ballads with burdens. From .. 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Edited by J. 
Goodwin. London: Percy Society, 1844. xii, 15 p. 



English, cont'd. 

Skylark (The): containing a. . .collection of 
...English songs.. .to which are added... II a 
new and correct list of all the Freemason's lodges 
in Europe; with the time of their institution and 
days of meeting. III. the art of swimming, diving 
and floating; by which any person may learn to 
swim without further instruction. IV. a concise 
account of all sorts of river and pond fish, the best 
baits... V. rules and laws to be observed at the 
game of cricket, as settled at the most respectable 
meetings. London : T. Evans, ill'i. sq. 32°. 

Skylark (The). Being an elegant collection 
of the best and newest songs in the English lan- 
guage. London: Fernor dr' L/ood [1S06]. I p.l., 
xii, 300 pp., I pi. 16°. 

Somervell (Arthur). Songs of the four nations. 
A collection of old songs of the people of England, 
Scotland, Ireland and Wales, for the most part 
never before published. . .Edited by H. Boulton. . . 
The music arranged by A. Somervell. London: J. B. 
Cramer cf Co., 1893. viii, 3 1., 270 p. 6. ed. f°. 

Songs (The) and ballads of the cavaliers. 
Edited by C. Mackay. Londott: C. Griffin &= Co., 
1864. viii, 4 1., 310 pp. 12°. 

Songs and carols, from a MS. of the 15th cen- 
tury. Edited by Thos. Wright. London, 1847. 
12". (Percy Soc. Pub., no. 73.) 

Songs of England, [Ireland] and Scotland. 
London. 1S35. 2 v. ports., pi. 16°. 

Songster's (The) museum; a new and choice 
collection of popular songs, selected from the best 
authors. Hartford: H. Benton, 1835. 72 p. 16°. 

Stagg (John). The minstrel of the North; or, 
Cumbrian legends; being a poetical miscellany of 
legendary, Gothic and romantic tales. Manchester: 
the Author, i3l6. 4 p.l., 352 p. 8°. 

Stengel (E). See Goiver (John). 

Strange histories : consisting of ballads and 
other poems, principally by Thomas Delaney. From 
the edition of 1607. With an introduction and 
notes. London : Percy Society, 1841. viii, 76 p. 

Sussex songs. (Popular songs of Sussex.) 
Arranged by H.J. Birch Reynardson. Londott : 
Stanley, Lucas, Weber ^ Co. [189-?] 2 p.l., 47 p. 

Taillefer (N.) Rondeaus of the British vol- 
unteers. London: S. Lucas, IVeber &r' Co., 1878. 
4. ed. vii, 118 p. 8°. 

Thompson (Henry). See Original ballads. 

Thornbury (Walter). Historical and legendary 
ballads and songs. Illustrated by G. Whistler, F. 
Walker, John Tenniel, J. D. Watson, W. Small, 

F. Sandys, G. F. Pinwell, J. Morten, M. F. Law- 
less, and many others. Boston: IF. F. GillSs' Co., 
1876. xxiii (i), 280 p., I 1. 4°. 

Londoji, 1877. illus. pi. 4°. 

Thornbury (George Walter). Songs of the 
Cavaliers and Roundheads, Jacobite ballads, &c., 
&c. With illustrations by H. S. Marks. London: 
Hurst &= Blackett, 1S57. viii, 328 p., 6 pi. 12°. 

Three famous new songs called: Effects of 
whiskey. The valley below. Larry O'Gaff. Paisley: 

G. Caldwell, jutt. [18 — ] 8 p. 16°. 

Towneley (The) mss. English Jacobite bal- 
lads, songs and satires, etc. From the mss. of 
Towneley Hall, Lancashire. Edited, with intro- 
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Turnament (The) of Totenham and the feast. 
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5^^(1/^(7 Alsatian, Belgian, Breton, Languedoc, Swiss. 

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Almanach des chansons de noces. iSSo-Si, 
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Almanach chantant : choix des plus jolies 
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Cantatrice (La) grammairienne; ou, L'art 
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Les voix de Paris, essai d'une histoire lit- 

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